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Florida / Mar-A-Lago Security / Espionage / A Discussion #1136313

CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 08, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The new developments about the background of the Chinese woman, Yujing Zhang†, accused of breaching security at President Trump's Mar-A-Lago private resort in Florida examined; details given about what was found inside her hotel room.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former CIA officer Bob Baer & "Mar-A-Lago" author Laurence Leamer† about whether the Chinese woman is a spy. [BAER - offers views on why she is a spy at Mar-A-Lago, how China is "robbing us blind", how the Secret Service does not control Mar-A-Lago.] [LEAMER - offers views on how this was a disaster waiting to happen: they need to close the club when he comes down, how Trump wanders around the club like a maitre d' so the security there has to change.]

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