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FBI / McCabe & Comey / The Memo / A Discussion #1120356

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 29, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A tweet from former FBI director James Comey defending retired deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe quoted. Live discussion held with CNN's former Representative Mike Rogers, Philip Mudd & legal experts professor Carrie Cordero & former prosecutor Michael Zeldin about the vote by the Republican lawmakers to release a classified memo about the FBI conduct in the Russia investigation. [ROGERS, MUDD, CORDERO, ZELDIN - offer views on the issue of the memo as classified material with the complications of getting a FISA order so the memo should not be released before a thorough investigation, how this action is a low mark from the House Intelligence Committee in its procedure of promoting a politicized product, concerns about the facts in the memo & its attack on the FBI.]
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