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Trump / "Unmasking" Probe / A Discussion #1262046

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 14, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A "Washington Post" report that the unmasking probe commissioned for President Trump by Attorney General William Barr concluded with no charges introduced [Many times, TRUMP - says they were caught spying on my campaign: treason & corrupt.] Report introduced.

(Washington: Jessica Schneider) The sudden end of the unmasking investigation about the administration of President Obama examined; details given about the former national security adviser Michael Flynn case, the legality of "unmasking". [In Newsmax interview, TRUMP - says they are guilty as hell.] [MAN - says this is the biggest thing since Watergate.] [On Fox, in May, TRUMP - says thais was all corrupt.] [CNN analyst Andrew McCABE@- questions pursuing this using the Justice Department.] [Oct, 8 on Fox, TRUMP - says Obama & Biden should be indicted.] [Senator Lindsey GRAHAM - comments.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former national intelligence director James Clapper & former CIA dir. John Brennan about this probe. [BRENNAN - says it was a politically motivated probe; states conspiracy theories are still propagated; explains Trump is incompetent as a president.] [CLAPPER - offers views on why Barr has not commented: it was a routine procedure to see if security was at stake, that John & I are still being investigated; that treasons charges from Trump are ridiculous.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Schneider, Jessica
Duration:
00:11:50

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