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FBI / Memo Release / McCabe / Lankford Interview / A Discussion #1120358

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 29, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Senator James Lankford about the vote by the Republican lawmakers to release a classified memo about the FBI conduct in the Russia investigation introduced. [LANKFORD - offers views on the need for a common set of facts about the memo, deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe leaving the agency amid the rumors, the alarming counter-narcotics fight in Mexico, who is a long term ally, the decision by President Trump not to enforce sanctions against Russia despite the Congressional vote.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, Jack Kingston & Bakari Sellers about the memo. [BORGER, KINGSTON, SELLERS - offer views on Trump taking on the Justice Department & a "corrupt" FBI, the blame of the Democrats, who has/has not read the memo, how it is a partisan football, how Speaker of the House Paul Ryan has done nothing to stand up for democracy, the issue of why Trump will not act on sanctions against Russia, McCabe & conflicts of issue.]

Cooper, Anderson

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