Private Russian army chief competes for power inside the Kremlin

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Private russian army chief competes for power inside the kremlin

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Yevgeny Prigozhin, one of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s closest allies and leader of the brutal private army the Wagner Group, is using dissent around the war in Ukraine to jockey for increased influence inside the Kremlin, US and European officials say. CNN White House Reporter Natasha Bertrand and CNN National Security Analyst James Clapper join Erin Burnett to discuss. #CNN #News

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