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Trump / Comey Hearings / Schiff Interview (Washington: Anderson Cooper) The two story lines in today's House hearings with Democrats' interest in the FBI investigation into the Russian connection with Republicans focusing on the leaks reviewed. [Representative Adam SCHIFF&nbsp- makes opening remarks about the connections between the Russians & Donald Trump's campaign.] Live interview held with Schiff. [SCHIFF&nbsp- offers views on the White House refusal to apologize for accusing then-President Obama of wiretapping & the misrepresentation to what FBI director James Comey said in the hearings, falsehoods, what Comey said about the Hillary Clinton e-mails investigation, Representative Trey Gowdy's assertions about leaks, how Trump will blame Obama for everything, how the hearings went today: the need to look at all the issues.] #1108654

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 20, 2017
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