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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on a "Washington Post" story on talks President Trump had with Russian President Vladimir Putin & Hungary's Viktor Orban about Ukraine & the reaction of the White House to their influence on Trump introduced. Live discussion held with "Washington Post:" reporter John Hudson on these conversations. [HUDSON - offers views on the evolution of Trump's view of Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky as corrupt due to Putin & right winger Orban, who had been a backer of Trump in Europe, how there is no evidence Russia or Hungary sought to provide information on former Vice President Joe Biden, how Trump often meets foreign leaders with no US government officials in the room.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Kaitlan Collins & Jeffrey Toobin about the Trump-Putin-Orban story. [GERGEN, COLLINS, TOOBIN - offer views on the influence of Putin on Ukraine with Russia threatening to invade it: a dangerous exercise in diplomacy, on Trump wanting to call Zelensky, on all the activity about Ukraine led by Trump attorney former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani & dirt on Biden, on the evidence that Trump only wanted to deal with Ukraine in exchange for dirt.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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