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The Big 360 Interview / Maher Interview (Part II) #995527

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 14, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The second part of the interview with comedian Bill Maher about politics presented. [MAHER - jokes about Representative Anthony Weiner; reads Weiner Tweets with Jane Lynch.] [In interview, MAHER - says they were reading the actual Weiner exchange with a woman; criticizes Vice President Dick Cheney for shooting birds; explains why Weiner needs to resign: he has to go away or it will remain a distraction for the Democrats; lists other controversial politicians; comments on what comedian Tracy Morgan said about gays.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A correction made to what was said about Representative William Jefferson and money in the freezer.

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