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Tom Daschle and Richard Gephardt Press Conference re: Recount #1008113

CNN Special for Monday, Nov 27, 2000

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  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of a conference call between Senator Tom Daschle (D-SD), Representative Richard Gephardt (D-MO), and Vice President Al Gore (D), re: the continuing recount of votes in Florida.
  • Coverage and analysis include the participation of anchors Lou Waters and Frank Sesno, Senior Political Analyst William Schneider, White House Correspondent John King, correspondent Eileen O'Connor in Austin, Texas, correspondent Bill Hemmer, correspondent Mark Potter in Palm Beach County, and Supreme Court Correspondent Charles Bierbauer.
  • Also includes a brief press conference and interview with Daschle and Gephardt.
  • Reporter(s):
    Bierbauer, Charles;
    King, John;
    O'Connor, Eileen;
    Hemmer, Bill;
    Potter, Mark

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