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Russian Connection / Mueller Criticism / Jordan Interview / A Discussion (Part II) #1119013

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 20, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman) A part of the CNN interview with Representative Jim Jordan re-aired. [JORDAN - criticizes the FBI & Justice Department guys at the top about Hillary Clinton & the dossier.] Live discussion continued with CNN's former FBI/CIA Philip Mudd, Brian Stelter, former FBI agent Asha Rangappa & columnist Matt Lewis about the Jordan interview & the investigation by special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller. [LEWIS, RANGAPPA, STELTER - offers views on how Trump people want to discredit the institutions, the links of Mueller team members to Clinton, how the FBI works in teams & how cases are handled, Fox News efforts to discredit the Mueller investigation, what Jordan is saying & not wanting to know.] Other material: [On Fox, MAN - says there was a plot against a candidate in the election: FBI fingerprints all over it.]
Reporter(s):
Berman, John
Duration:
00:06:30

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