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Russian Connection / FBI Texts / Himes Interview #1120739

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 07, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The release by Senator Ron Johnson of new texts from FBI agent Peter Strzok & Lisa Page introduced; "bombshell" tweet from President Trump quoted; details given about Senator Ron Johnson's charges of corruption under President Obama as well his "secret society" theory. [In interview, Representative Jim HIMES - offers views on faux scandals thrown out there about the FBI with some Republicans questioning the criticisms of the FBI, on the Democratic memo & whether there would be redactions were it released, how this memo refutes the Nunes memo, the status of the testimonies by those who worked at the White House, like Steve Bannon, & the issue of executive privilege & whether it should extend into the transition.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Carl Bernstein, former prosecutor Anne Milgram & former House Intelligence Committee chair Mike Rogers about the Democratic memo & the FBI text messages. [ROGERS, BERNSTEIN, MILGTIM - offer views on the second memo, how political positions are being conducted via these memos, how Trump's administration is trying to obscure the investigation of Russia undermining our elections, the effort to link the text messages to the investigation of Hillary Clinton.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:13:00

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