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Campaign 2016 / Comey Testimony #1110223

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 03, 2017
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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Washington: Pamela Brown) The testimony by FBI director James Comey about his decision to reopen the investigation into Hillary Clinton's e-mail introduced. [COMEY - says he is "mildly nauseous" about his decision but decided to speak rather than conceal.]

(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's David Gregory, Dana Bash, Abby Phillip, Gloria Borger, Jason Miller, Paul Begala & Philip Mudd about Comey's testimony. [PHILLIP, BASH, BEGALA, MILLER, GREGORY, BORGER, MUDD - offer views on Comey seeing himself as a gladiator for justice, the mistake of the original press conference, how Hillary Clinton's personal server started this all, how it was unfair for Comey to violate procedures to not mess with elections, President Obama's decision to hold off on the release of information about Donald Trump & Russia.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Brown, Pamela

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