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George W. Bush Inauguration #1016015

ABC Special for Thursday, Jan 20, 2005

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Live ABC coverage and analysis of the inauguration of President George W. Bush.

  • Coverage includes the participation of anchors Charlie Gibson, Diane Sawyer, Robin Roberts, and Bill Weir, correspondent Dan Harris in Boston, reporting on a hunt for possible terrorists in the city, meteorologist Tony Perkins, correspondent Claire Shipman, reporting on the Democratic response to the President's reelection, and correspondent Kate Snow, reporting on friends of the President present for the inauguration.
  • Analysis is provided by ABC Political Analyst George Stephanopolous and Michael Gerson, a presidential speechwriter.
  • This hour includes ABC News updates from the Library of Congress, as well as interviews with Oscar de la Renta, designer of the First Lady's dress, Peggy Noonan, a former Presidential speechwriter, and Librarian of Congress Jim Billington.
  • Reporter(s):
    Harris, Dan;
    Perkins, Tony;
    Shipman, Claire;
    Snow, Kate

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