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Hastert Charges / A Discussion (Part I) #1084378

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 29, 2015
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer; Washington: Pamela Brown) The reports about former Representative Dennis Hastert paying hush money to a former high school student to keep sexual abuse allegations covered up with the misconduct allegations about Hastert's banking practices & lying to the FBI discussed.

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion held with "Los Angeles Times" reporter Timothy Phelps & CNN's Gloria Borger about the sexual abuse allegations against Hastert. [By phone, PHELPS - says the source is a second top government official as well as the first abuse victim.] [BORGER - comments on the reaction in Washington to the Hastert case & the scandals in the House when Hastert was Speaker.] [BROWN - says it is unclear if we will hear from Hastert, who has made no public comments.]

Blitzer, Wolf;
Brown, Pamela

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