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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at what Representative Devin Nunes said about President Trump & the special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller investigation introduced; details given about Nunes's statements in the past about his secret "stunt" visit to the White House & his investigation of the Russia investigation, his war with deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein; scenes shown of Nunes avoiding CNN reporter Manu Raju three times. [July 30, voice on NUNES - explains we have to keep the majority & protect the president.] [May 21, TRUMP - thanks Nunes.] [Feb. 2, Representative Nancy PELOSI - criticizes Nunes's memo.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Representative Eric Swalwell. [SWALWELL - offers views on what Nunes said on the tape & his efforts to act as a fixer for President Trump how this is about power & corruption & our country suffers: the Russians are attacking us.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Republican Rick Wilson & former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli about Nunes's comments. [WILSON - offers views on Nunes obstructing the Russia investigation introduced; explains the collusion over the Trump Tower meeting.] [CUCCINELLI - offers views on Nunes doing the Republican side of the campaign: impeachment vs. protecting the president from impeachment on the Russian connection, that Nunes has concluded their is no collusion.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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