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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 04, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on an op-ed in the "Wall Street Journal" from Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh about his testimony introduced; photos shown of four yet undecided senators: Joe Manchin, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski & Jeff Flake. A Keeping Them Honest look at the scope of the now-concluded FBI investigation introduced; details given about the unclear scope of said investigation. [On Saturday, President TRUMP says they will have free rein.] [On CNN, Kavanaugh's Yale roommate Jamie ROCHE†- says he has never been contacted by the FBI.] [In response to question, White House deputy press secretary Raj SHAH - explains a background investigation with a limited scope.] [Senator Mike LEE - explains the investigation scope.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Capitol Hill: Manu Raju) Tomorrow's & Saturday's cliffhanger Senate votes for confirmation with the five key senators undeclared & the partisan views of the FBI investigation discussed. [In response to Raju's question, Senator John CORNYN†- says there has been no corroboration of the accusations.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Anchorage, Alaska: Gary Tuchman) The decision-making process for Senator Murkowski, who may vote "no" on Kavanaugh after she met with Alaska women attorneys, discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Raju, Manu;
Tuchman, Gary
Duration:
00:11:00

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