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Trump / Stone Case / Barr, Goldman Interviews #1145645

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Feb 13, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Attorney General William Barr told ABC News about his independence with a "New York Times" story about Barr investigating the "Russia hoax" introduced; NYT story noted. [BARR - says he will not be bullied or influenced, that it is time {for President Trump} to stop the tweeting .]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "New York Times" report Adam Goldman about the Russia hoax story based on intelligence. [GOLDMAN - offers views on the Justice Department investigation by John Durham's look at the analysis that found Russia interfered in the 2016 election with the CIA refusing {at first} to identity a source inside Russia to the NSA; how the view of Russia came from career analysts, not from the top down.] [By phone, former national intelligence dir. James CLAPPER - offers views on intelligence analysts being critiqued by a prosecuting attorney using probable cause.] [CNN's Jeffrey TOOBIN - says the Durham investigation is designed to get former CIA dir. John Brennan.]

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