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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview continued with former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe. ["The Threat" author McCABE - offers views on his firing from the FBI: the charges he was lying & why he cannot react to the report from the inspector general because of legal matters & the civil lawsuit & that there was command influence on the office from President Trump, on his meeting with Congressional leaders about the investigation of the president & the information got to the president, on the number of people involved in the campaign lying about Russia, about his decision in 2017 to investigate the president, what is "The Threat" to the US from the president, who is undermining our institutions, his reaction to being considered part of the "Deep State".]
- Cooper, Anderson
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