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Russian Connection / Trump / "New York Times" Story / Mazzetti Interview #1134976

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 19, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A "New York Times" story on President Trump's two-year war with the investigation in which he asked acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker to put a supporter in charges of the Michael Cohen case introduced. ["New York Times" reporter Mark MAZZETTI†- says Trump asked Whitaker to put his "ally" on the Cohen investigation that could be considered obstruction, how Whitaker viewed his job as attorney general, prior reports on the issue of pardons for Paul Manafort & former national security adviser Michael Flynn when they were under legal scrutiny, the role of White House press secretary Sean Spicer in the narrative during the first crisis of the administration: no Flynn, no Russia problem.]
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