CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 31, 2016
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(Washington: Jim Sciutto) The questions being investigated by the FBI about e-mails on a computer used by Anthony Weiner & his wife, Huma Abedin, who is a top aide for Hillary Clinton, examined; details given about FBI procedures. [White House press secretary Josh EARNEST - offers a view of FBI director James Comey; answers CNN question about Comey.] [Bush Attorney General Alberto GONZALES- says Comey has made an error in judgment.] [At hearings, COMEY - says we would look at new information.] How the e-mails can be catalogued, then judged as to classification discussed.
(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway about the reaction of Donald Trump. [CONWAY - says it is spin to say voters have already made up their minds; criticizes Clinton about her server & e-mails; comments on their earlier frustration with Comey & the investigation of Weiner; notes the polls in Michigan & other blue states.]
(Washington: Anderson Cooper) A statement from Karen Dunn, the attorney for Abedin, about her cooperation in the investigation of the Weiner laptop quoted.
(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's John King, Jeffrey Toobin, Gloria Borger & former FBI agent Tom Fuentes & Trump supporters Kayleigh McEnany & Jack kingston & Clinton supporters Paul Begala & Bacari Sellers about the e-mails investigation. [TOOBIN, KING, BEGALA, McENANY, BORGER, FUENTES, KINGSTON, SELLERS - offer views on likely leaks from the FBI before the election about the investigation, the FBI/Justice Department has a tradition of not acting just before an election, the new & coming polling, how the Clinton campaign is framing up the "choice," what we don't know about the e-mails, how the FBI will handle the investigation of e-mails on Weiner's computer, whether this is a "reopening" of the investigation of Clinton's e-mails, the innuendo.]
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