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Russian Connection / Democratic Memo #1121253

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 24, 2018
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(White House: Kate Snow) The release of a redacted version of the Democratic memo in rebuttal to the memo from Republican Representative Devin Nunes examined; details given about the issue of FBI warrants for Trump campaign adviser Cater Page as an agent for Russia & the Christopher Steele dossier. [Representative Jackie SPEIER - calls the Republican memo a nothing-burger.] [NUNES - criticizes the new memo for defending the use of political dirt.] [Representative Adam SCHIFF - defends the FBI.] President Trump's tweet on the second memo quoted.
Snow, Kate

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