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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Feb 01, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The phony drama over the Representative Devin Nunes memo about the FBI that may well be released tomorrow by President Trump despite the opposition from FBI director Christopher Wray & the Justice Department introduced. [With Chris Cuomo, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - says she does not know if the White House worked on the memo.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jeff Zeleny) Trump's belief that the release of this memo will discredit the Russia investigation by exposing FBI bias, but Speaker of the House Paul Ryan says it will not impugn the investigation, the continued FBI opposition {"grave concerns"} to its release discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Republican Representative Bob Goldblatte about the memo. [From West Virginia, GOLDBLATTE - offers views on how the public should have access to the memo, the need for a special counsel to handle the FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton, the status of the Democratic memo & whether it should be released, the process for reviewing the memo, the Democrats' opposition to the release of the Nunes memo that the American people need to see, this unique investigation of the FBI, defends the careful vetting of the memo, the issue of whether the memo will impugn the investigation by special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller, which should proceed.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Zeleny, Jeff

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