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White House / Secret Service / Car Crash / A Discussion #1080147

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 11, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Michelle Kosinski) A "Washington Post" article that two top Secret Service agents returning from a retirement party ran their government car into a barrier by the White House with Homeland Security to look at the incident discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "Washington Post" reporter Carol Leonning@, former FBI agent Tom Fuentes & former Secret Service agent Jonathan Wackrow@ about the Secret Service incident. [LEONNING@- explains what the two agents were doing at the time when they appeared intoxicated & were stopped by officers.] [WACKROW - says the agents made an error in judgment.] [FUENTES - explains the complexities of the investigation & "transparency."]

Cooper, Anderson;
Kosinski, Michelle

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