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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / FBI Leaks / A Discussion (Part II) #1104200

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 04, 2016
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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) A live speech from Donald Trump in Pennsylvania joined. [In Hershey, TRUMP - speaks about China & countries that don't respect President Obama, about Hillary Clinton letting free bad immigrants as head of the State Department, about opposing open borders & "sanctuary cities"....]

(Washington: Anderson Cooper) The controversy over FBI leaks after former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani admitted getting leaked information introduced. [On Fox & CNN, GIULIANI - admits he heard about it--that the agents were unhappy.] [On CNN, Representative Elijah CUMMINGS - says Giuliani was getting information from former prosecutors.]

(Washington: Anderson Cooper) What CNN law enforcement analyst Tom Fuentes thinks about the FBI leaks introduced. [By phone, FUENTES - offer views on whether Giuliani got information he should not have gotten: we had no clue about the coming announcement from the FBI & the e-mails & on how FBI director James Comey should have referred the investigation to the Justice Department.]

(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Clinton author Carl Bernstein, David Axelrod, Dana Bash, Trump supporters Kayleigh McEnany & Matt Schlapp† & Clinton supporter Angela Rye about the FBI leaks. [RYE, SCHLAPP - offer views on the FBI releasing information as stated by Representative Cummings, whether there should have been a special counsel.]

Cooper, Anderson

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