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Trump / Porter Scandal / FBI Process / A Discussion #1120916

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 13, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Tho White House shifting of the blame for the security timeline for White House staff secretary Rob Porter introduced. [White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - blames the White House Personnel Security Office for not making a recommendation.] Live discussion held with CNN's former Trump aide James Schultz, Philip Mudd & Gloria Borger about the White House timeline. [MUDD, BORGER, SCHULTZ - offer views on how the FBI investigation likely worked, what the FBI director testified about the process, how the White House needs to address the issue quickly, how we don't know who knew what, the question as to why the investigation could not be closed by White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly after seven months, what White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has been saying in the briefing, whether they {White House} are casting blame on an obscure office, why Porter could not get a security clearance.]
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