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White House in crisis mode after Donald Trump Jr.'s emails w

07/15/2017 | 24m 24s | Video has closed captioning.

President Trump's son Donald Trump Jr. released emails detailing a June 2016 meeting with a Russian attorney, and the White House entered crisis mode to contain the fallout. While the president publicly defended his son, Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill were critical of the response and continue investigations into possible collusion. Plus, Senate GOP unveiled revised health plan.

Aired: 07/15/17

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