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CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 17, 2018
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(Studio: John Berman) The reaction of former FBI director James Comey to his questioning by the Congressional Republicans focusing on the Hillary Clinton's e-mails rather than Russia introduced. [After testimony, COMEY - says the Republicans are not telling the truth.] The response from White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders about Comey's corruption noted.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's former national intelligence dir. James Clapper about Comey. [CLAPPER - offers views on Comey venting after his second session hearing, but the bigger issue is assault on truth against science, the intelligence community & the rule of law, the two new reports on Russia's attacks on the presidential election campaign & on special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller with Russia exploiting the polarization in this country, continuing to sow discord & discontent by attacking Mueller.]

Berman, John

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