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Comey / Inspector General's Report / Mook, Stewart Interviews #1126044

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 14, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The inspector generaL's report critical of FBI director James Comey's handling of Hillary Clinton's e-mails & why he did not reveal the FBI investigation of Donald Trump's campaign examined; report excerpts questioning Comey's judgement, including being critical of FBI officials Lisa Page & Peter Strzok† for biased anti-Trump texts, quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) The response of President Trump's White House to the IG report with Trump seeing bias & what FBI director Christopher Wray said in a press conference about the report discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Interview held with Hillary Clinton's campaign manager Robbie Mook about the IG's report. [From Vermont, MOOK - offers views on the irony of Comey lecturing Clinton about her e-mail use while he did the same thing, that Comey was doing what he thought was right, but he did influence the election, on the new text message from Strzok & Page & others with a political bias.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Republican Representative Chris Stewart about the IG report. [In Washington, STEWART - offers views on a thorough IG report in which no one looks good, the emotional political bias by the FBI against one candidate {Trump} while investigating both candidates, the reference to Comey as insubordinate.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Exchanges with Mook & Stewart about the report presented. [MOOK, STEWART - offer differing opinions on Comey's damage to Clinton versus damage to Trump, Clinton destroying her e-mails & how the FBI handled that.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim
Duration:
00:14:20

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