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Putin offers to allow special counsel Mueller to observe interviews of Russian intelligence officers

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Russian President Vladimir Putin offered to allow special counsel Robert Mueller to observe interviews of 12 Russian intelligence agents indicted for election meddling.

Keir Dougall, former Assistant U.S. Attorney for New York's Eastern District, and Rebecca Roiphe, former Assistant District Attorney for the New York Country District Attorney's Office join CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss the latest developments.

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