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Trump & Barr / Flynn, Stone, McCabe #1145598

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 15, 2020
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(Studio: Errol Barnett) Report introduced.

(West Palm Beach: Weijia Jiang) The call from Democrats Attorney General William Barr to resign for reopening the cases of former national security adviser Michael Flynn & Roger Stone, who President Trump claims have been treated unfairly, examined. [Representative Sheila JACKSON LEE - comments on Barr.] [On ABC, Feb. 13, BARR - says he will not be bullied.] The dropping of the case of former FBI deputy dir. Andrew McCabe noted. Trump tweet against McCabe quoted. [Feb. 14, on CNN, McCABE - calls the president's rage "maniacal."] Trump's campaign plans that include attending the Daytona 500 race & a western swing noted.

Barnett, Errol;
Jiang, Weijia

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