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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 18, 2018
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(Studio: Jose Diaz-Balart) Report introduced.

(Berkeley Heights, New Jersey" Kelly O'Donnell) The war of words between President Trump & former CIA director John Brennan, whose security clearance was revoked, featured; Trump tweet calling Brennan a hack quoted; details given from the letter from national security officials in protest against Trump. [On MSNBC, BRENNAN - raises the conspiracy issue.] [On Friday, TRUMP - calls it disgusting.] [May 21, TRUMP - praises the CIA.] [NBC News analyst Adm. James STAVRIDIS†- explains the reasons they have security clearances.] A report on the multiple meetings of White House counsel Don McGahn with the Russian investigation by special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller about President Trump noted.

(Studio: Jose Diaz-Balart) The guests on tomorrow's "Meet the Press" noted.

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Diaz-Balart, Jose
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