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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The issue of whether or not the Senate Intelligence Committee found no evidence of collusion with the Russians with Senator Mark Warner rejecting the view of Senator Richard Burr introduced. [Representative Jim HIMES - offer views on the interpretation of "collusion" so we need to wait for special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller's investigation to be concluded & reported, the question of what the president knew about the Russian meeting, whether Michael Cohen will appear before the committee: it is not voluntary.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Shan Wu & CNN's David Gergen about the committee & special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller investigations. [GERGEN - offers views on the different views of Burr & Warner on "collusion" conclusions, the Mueller focus on Russian interference in the election.] [WU - offers views on the Senate committee investigation that looks for facts as part of the oversight mission.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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