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Trump / FBI / Nunes Memo / The Release / Jordan-Himes Interview (Part I) #1120611

CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 02, 2018
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(Studio: John Berman) The Republican memo written by the House Intelligence Committee chaired by Representative Devin Nunes critical of the FBI that was released by President Trump introduced; details given about the key elements of the memo claiming things about the warrant issued for Trump foreign policy adviser Carter Page with five officials named {Sally Yates, Dana Boente, James Comey, Andrew McCabe & Rod Rosenstein} with the implications they acted in bad faith with Page, what is about George Papadopoulos in the memo, the issue of the memo's accuracy with Senator John McCain quoted. [TRUMP - calls it a disgrace: a lot of people should be ashamed.] [On CNN, Representative Adam SCHIFF†- says Page had come to the FBI attention years earlier.] Former FBI director James Comey's criticism of the memo quoted.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Representatives Jim Jordan & Jim Himes about the released memo. [JORDAN - offers views on the FISA warrant process in which critical facts were not disclosed to the court, why Comey did not disclose it, how the Steele dossier was behind the warrant; bickers about the wording in the memo, the dossier financing by Hillary Clinton's campaign, what McCabe said about the warrant.] [HIMES - offers views on McCabe did not say what is in the memo, how the FISA warrant process works, that the judge was not hoodwinked in the FISA application, how the FBI was watching Page long before Christopher Steele was in the picture, again, what the memo says McCabe said is not accurate.]

Reporter(s):
Berman, John
Duration:
00:17:30

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