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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.
(State Department: Andrea Mitchell) The changing of the guard at the State Department with John Kerry replacing Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State featured; scenes shown of U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice in the crowd for Clinton’s farewell, Kerry being sworn in by Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan; details given about Kerry’s remarks about being offered the job before Rice withdrew her nomination. [CLINTON, State Department spokesperson Victoria NULAND– comment on the terror attack on the US embassy in Ankara, Turkey.] [In December 2012, RICE – says she would have been honored to serve in that job.]
- Williams, Brian;
- Mitchell, Andrea
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