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Weiner / Twitter Story / Interview (Part II) #994738

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 01, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) The second part of the Representative Anthony Weiner interview with CNN about a picture on Twitter shown. [WEINER - comments on his TWitter pro forma messages to one Ginger Lee; recounts his Twitter about hockey, deleting a photo; states he is protecting his wife from these insane stories; comments on the weiner jokes and blurred photos.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, Paul Begala and Gloria Borger and about the Weiner Twitter story. [BLITZER - says Weiner should made the denial he made today yesterday; comments on how pictures can be sent under someone else's Twitter name; comments on the investigation process.] [BORGER - offers perspective on the story and on politicians and Tweeting.] [BEGALA - downplays the story except for the hacking of a politician's account.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Blitzer, Wolf

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