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House Intelligence Committee / Russia Connection / Nunes / Himes Interview #1109224

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 06, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The sudden move by Representative Devin Nunes to step aside as chair of the House Intelligence Committee of the investigation of Russia collusion in the 2016 election because Nunes is now the subject of an ethics probe introduced. [Multiple times, White House press secretary Sean SPICER - defends Nunes.]

(Capitol Hill: Manu Raju) The reasons Nunes stepped aside reviewed; Nunes statement quoted. [Representative Jim HIMES†, Speaker of the House Paul RYAN, Representative Adam SCHIFF - react to Nunes' decision.] [Last week, NUNES - says he will run the committee.] The issue of Nunes' continued access to information, the questions about committee hearings, whether Sally Yates will testify about former national security adviser Michael Flynn discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with committee member Himes. [HIMES - offer views on how the committee's Russia investigation is preceding, but Nunes was damaged by the "White House escapade," the timetable for testimony, what Spicer said about Nunes acting routinely.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Raju, Manu

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