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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on two separate White House meetings on the Russia investigation with one only inviting Republicans & the role of Representative Devin Nunes in the White House disinformation campaign introduced.
(New York: Randi Kaye) The House Intelligence Committee investigation that started out as bipartisan with Republican Nunes & Democrat Representative Adam Schiff reviewed; details given about the Nunes "midnight run" & his later conspiracy & now in the FBI spy issue theory. [March 15, 2017, SCHIFF - comments on non-partisan.] [March 22, 2017, NUNES - comments on his duty.] [Feb. 5, NUNES - says political dirt was used by the FBI.] [May 20, NUNES - says "if" about the FBI spy ring.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Representative Joaquin Castro. [CASTRO - offers views on his exchange with Nunes about Democrats being in the meeting today, how President Trump is trying to handicap his liability in the Russia investigation, that Trump is using people in the legislature to do his dirty work.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Kaye, Randi
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