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Trump / Inauguration Investigation / Swalwell Interview #1132961

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 13, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A "Wall Street Journal" investigation into whether President Trump's inauguration committee misspent the money it raised in return for access to the administration introduced [By phone, "Wall Street Journal" reporter Rebecca Davis O'BRIEN†- offers views on the what was done with the money the committee raised: "murky" spending, how it was based on a recorded conversation between Michael Cohen & First Lady Melania Trump adviser Stephanie Winston Wolkoff††.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Representative Eric Swalwell about this money. [From Washington, SWALWELL - offers views on how Trump was involved in a criminal campaign, transition & presidency, evidence against Trump: being in the room with David Pecker about hush money payments, his likely involvement in the Russia investigation, what he suggested about Michael Cohen only handling low-level matters.]

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