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CNN Evening News for Saturday, May 24, 2008
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(Studio: Tony Harris) Report introduced.

(Hollywood: Kareen Wynter) The HBO movie “Recount” about the Florida recount in the 2000 presidential race between George Bush and Al Gore previewed; excerpts shown. [CNN legal analyst Jeffrey TOOBIN†- notes the difference in temperament between Republicans and Democrats; states Bush legal advisor James Baker recognized this was a political fight and he had a complete strategy.]

(Studio: Tony Harris) Interview held with actor Kevin Spacey about the movie, the 2000 election and his meeting with Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez presented; scenes shown of him with Chavez. [With CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, SPACEY – says our electoral process is not equipped to handle margins of victory so small or margins of error so big; recounts his meeting with Chavez.]

(Studio: Tony Harris) Program Note

Harris, Tony;
Wynter, Kareen

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