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News Shapers: Steny Hoyer, Susan Collins and Adam Schiff

Rep. Adam Schiff speaks to Mike about the consequences of releasing the Nunes memo.

Mike Allen hosted a morning-after State of the Union discussion with members of Congress from both sides of the aisle.

Why it mattered: House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer gave his midterm predictions. Sen. Susan Collins discussed her role as a neutralizing force during the government shutdown. And Rep. Adam Schiff, a leading voice on the Russia investigation, discussed the implications of releasing the Nunes memo.

Mike takes the stage. Photo: Chuck Kennedy
Rep. Steny Hoyer, the House Democratic Whip, says there's a 90% chance Democrats take the House in 2018. During this midterm cycle, at least 48 seats will be up for grabs--Rep. Hoyer tells Mike he sees over thirty going blue. Photo: Chuck Kennedy
Senator Collins, whose office was "Switzerland" during bipartisan talks to reopen the government, says the Common Sense Coalition is suddenly the "cool kids club". Photo: Chuck Kennedy
Rep. Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, says that the memo will be a letdown for the right--containing nothing that obviously invalidates the Russian investigation or would cause anyone to be fired. Photo: Chuck Kennedy
DCers post-gaming President Trump's first State of the Union with Axios. Photo: Chuck Kennedy

Thank you to our speakers and guests for joining us, and thank you Bank of America for sponsoring this event.

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