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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / FBI & E-Mails / Conway Interview #1104021

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 28, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The FBI decision to review Hillary Clinton's e-mails case due to the Anthony Weiner investigation & the reaction of Donald Trump introduced; details given about Huma Abedin's role in the Clinton campaign. [CLINTON - talks about the e-mail investigation & the need for the FBI to explain.]

(Studio: Pamela Brown) How the Weiner sexting probe led to newly discovered e-mails on a device shared by Weiner & Abedin examined. [In New Hampshire, TRUMP - comments.] Tweet from Speaker of the House Paul Ryan quoted. [Months ago, FBI director James COMEY - says no case will be brought.] The question as to why these e-mails did not surface in the FBI's year-long investigation into Clinton's e-mails discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Trump said earlier today introduced. [TRUMP - says the FBI is righting a wrong about Hillary's corruption.] Live discussion held with Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway about the issue. [From New York, CONWAY - calls for full disclosure, how the story is being spun, Comey's past statement, this separate investigation, what Comey should do, how this issue could persuade undecided voters.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Brown, Pamela

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