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Russia / Michael Ellis / WikiLeaks / Adam Schiff #1188128

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 30, 2017
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There are two important developments tonight in the investigation into the Russian plot to sway the U.S. presidential election. We learned today that a lot of those crazy conspiracy theory stories masquerading as news in the days before the election were not written by American partisans. They were concocted by an army of Russian disinformation specialists who had been ordered to sow confusion among the American voters. Also today, The New York Times reported that the White House has been secret...
Reporter(s):
Jeff Pegues;Major Garrett
Duration:
00:05:19

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