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McCabe Interview (Part IV) #1134983

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 19, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Tonight's interview with former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe, who said it is possible President Trump is a "Russian asset.". ["The Threat" author McCABE - offers views on the investigation of Trump & family.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin, Gloria Borger, former Trump campaign aide Michael Caputo, Robbue Mook & former FBI agent Josh Campbell about the McCabe interview. [TOOBIN, BORGER, CAPUTO, MOOK, CAMPBELL - offer views on how amazing it is to have the acting FBI director investigating whether President Trump is a Russian asset, whether we should believe McCabe, who is a liar, how McCabe now has a chance to tell his story with questions about McCabe's view of the inspector general {Michael Horowitz}, how Attorney General Jeff Sessions & Trump wanted him gone so he could not get his pension, about the FBI leaking to the press across the board, not just McCabe. with leaks to protect the FBI reputation.] Other material: [McCABE - says the inspector general struggled to provide the results: inappropriate command influence.]

Cooper, Anderson

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