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Porter Resignation / Willoughby Interview / A Discussion (Part I) #1120794

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Feb 08, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The preceding live in-studio Interview with Jennie Willoughby†, married to White House staff secretary Rob Porter from 2009-2013, reviewed. [WILLOUGHBY - says she talked with Porter about her blog post about their relationship.] Live discussion held with CNN's Amanda Carpenter, Jen Psaki & David Chalian about the Willoughby interview. [CARPENTER, PSAKI, CHALIAN - offer views on Willoughby's sound byte about how the White House handled the truth about abuse, the issue of what/when White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly knew, the White House defense of Porter which indicates the culture of the White House, the Keystone Kops reaction.]
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