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Comey's Answers (Part II) #1123898

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 25, 2018
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{7:43} Senior Jenna Carroll asks what is "collusion" & the law. [COMEY - says collusion is not a legal term, so the FBI would look at conspiracy & aiding & abetting; adds Trump's Oval Office encounter is kind of obstruction of justice, the significance of his memos following his interaction with Trump.] {7:46} Freshman Tee-Tee Nguyen asks why the lack of legislation by Senator Mitch McConnell to protect special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller from being fired. [COMEY - says he does not have an informed view on the legislation; adds about former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani working for Trump with Mueller to end a federal investigation & that Mueller has an open mind.] {7:48] Junior David Grice asks whether we are on the brink of a second Cold War with Russia. [COMEY - says we are in conflict with Russia, who attacked us in the 2016 election; adds he will not talk about what he said to his own legal team about the memos.] 7:50} Freshman Aria Austin asks about the issue of gun control & the March for Our Lives Movement. [COMEY - says he is optimistic there will "sensible change" about guns with Trump's term like a forest fire; adds how the incident in which a serial rapist {The Ramsey Rapist} took him & his brother captive with a gun was a changing moment in his life.]
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