This program is about 1 hour long
(Washington: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) The questions about the source of Nunes' information at the White House grounds before briefing the White House the next day, the White House visitor logs not being available to the public as it was during President Obama's presidency discussed Other material: [White House press secretary Sean SPICER - answers questions about Nunes reviewing the situation.]
(Washington: Anderson Cooper) [With Phil Mattingly, SCHIFF - says Nunes should recuse himself from the Russian investigation.]
(Washington: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Evan Perez) The issue of US intelligence collected on foreign leaders & whether they had had any interaction with the Trump transition team discussed.
(Washington: Randi Kaye) The timetable of the Nunes mystery after he disappeared after a phone call presented. [March 15, TRUMP - says interesting items will come forward.] [On Tuesday, White House press secretary Sean SPICER - comments.] [On Wednesday, NUNES - says the intelligence community collected information about Trump transition members, including the president, maybe; states he will go to the White House; comments vaguely on surveillance of the president; explains why he briefed the president.] [Representative Adam SCHIFF - comments on what Nunes did.] [Thursday, NUNES - comments.] [TRUMP - says he feels somewhat vindicated.] [PELOSI - criticizes Trump & Nunes.] [SCHIFF - comments on Nunes' actions.] The cancellation on Friday by Nunes of a scheduled open hearing on Russian interference noted. [Representative Eric SWALWELL - speculates on who Nunes met & was the White House part of it.] What Nunes said about his White House visit noted. [SPICER - says he will follow up on how Nunes was cleared.] How Nunes refused to say how he got on the White House grounds discussed.