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Trump / Foreign Adversaries & the FBI / Peters Interview #1138314

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 13, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The FBI webpage about dealing with suspicious items that should be brought to the FBI attention quoted. A Keeping Them Honest look at what Trump is saying about information from foreign powers introduced. [Last night for ABC, TRUMP - says he has never called the FBI & the "FBI director is wrong."] [May 7, FBI dr. Chris WRAY - says if anyone is contacted about influencing elections, we need to know about it.] Trump tweet about his many contacts with foreign leaders quoted. The ridiculous information in that tweet explained. [Senators Lindsey GRAHAM, Mitt ROMNEY - say "no" to foreign help.] What other senators said about calling the FBI noted. [Representative Kevin McCARTHY - says Trump has been very strong about foreign governments not interfering.] Trump's actions about interference sarcastically mentioned. A statement from the FEC chairman about the issue: it is illegal to receive anything of value in connection to a US election & this goes back to the early days quoted in full.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's retired Col. Ralph Peters about this issue. [PETERS - offers views on the integrity of our elections, but this president is increasingly desperate to get re-elected & if not, he could be prosecuted so we have a president who welcomes Russian espionage & does not know our Constitution or our values.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:12:30

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