This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) The likely time for the White House release of the memo with redactions, the objections from FBI director Christopher Wray about the memo discussed; scenes shown of the reporter questions being shouted down by staff.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Representative Quigley. [QUIGLEY - offers views on the history of actions of Nunes, who may not have been truthful, wanting the memos to be checked: his attempts to stymie the investigation & how he may be acting as an agent of the White House, likens the memo to a book report by a late-night student, that this investigation came independent of the Steele dossier.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's legal analysts Jeffrey Toobin, Carrie Cordero & Ken Cuccineli about Trump & loyalty.] [TOOBIN, CORDERO, CUCCINELI - offer views on how this is obstruction of justice when asking Rosenstein about being on his team in the Russia investigation, the issue of the Justice Department, how Trump crosses lines all of the time, how Trump will wind up answering all these questions with Mueller, Trump's pattern of pressuring FBI/DOJ officials.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Laura Jarrett) The role of that FBI agent, Strzok, in the probe of Hillary Clinton's e-mails that led to FBI director James Comey's letter about newly discovered e-mails, the Republican focus on Strzok's texts with the coming Inspector General's report on the Clinton investigation discussed.