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Russian Connection / Comey & Flynn / A Discussion #1133149

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 17, 2018
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(Studio: John Berman) The release by former FBI director James Comey of a 2017 memo from former national security adviser Michael Flynn that details the FBI interview wherein Flynn lied to the FBI introduced. Live discussion held with CNN's Jim Sciutto, Jeffrey Toobin & former FBI agent Philip Mudd about Comey & Flynn. [SCIUTTO, MUDD, TOOBIN - offer views on the importance of the Flynn memo that indicated he lied about his Russian contacts, how the FBI talks to witnesses that gave Flynn opportunities to tell the truth, the questions as to why Flynn was lying about his coordination with Russia, the speculation that Flynn may not get jail time, by he will be "hammered" by the judge at the sentencing tomorrow.
Berman, John

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