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Afghanistan / Bergdahl Release / A Discussion / Cutler Interview #1066374

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 03, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The firestorm over Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who has been released from captivity with the Taliban in Afghanistan, introduced. [President OBAMA - says we got an American soldier back.] [Senator Dianne FEINSTEIN - expresses concern over the lack of notification of Congress as required.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Pentagon: Barbara Starr) The second Army investigation into the facts behind Bergdahl's disappearance ^ the unclear status of the base he left from in remote Afghanistan discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Warsaw, Poland: Michelle Kosinski) The legal issues behind the deal to get Bergdahl free discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Hailey, Idaho: Ed Lavandera) The issue of a Tweet from father Bob Bergdahl to the Taliban discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier CNN interview held with White House press secretary Jay Carney about the deal to get Bergdahl's release. [CARNEY - says the US military does not leave members behind so all options were considered to retrieve Bergdahl, the lone captive of the war in Afghanistan; notes the long time frame for negotiations.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Starr, Barbara;
Kosinski, Michelle;
Lavandera, Ed

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