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Person of The Week (Warren Rudman) #106561

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 20, 1987
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) [Senator Warren RUDMAN - criticizes minority report on Iran/Contra scandal.] Rudman's role on Congress committee investigating affair noted. [RUDMAN - describes report's findings on President Reagan.] His role in Gramm-Rudman legislature to reduce federal budget deficit bill cited. [Voice of RUDMAN - comments on Congress and Gramm-Rudman bill.] [RUDMAN - criticizes Congress] [During Iran/Contra hearings, RUDMAN - says American people will be heard.] His signing of major report recalled. [RUDMAN - attacks minority report] [Senator George MITCHELL - discusses bipartisanship.] Rudman's support by New Hampshire stated. ["Boston Globe" Adam PERTMAN - says people in New Hampshire like Rudman.] [American Enterprise Institution spokesperson Norman ORNSTEIN - comments on Rudman's honesty.] Rudman's career outlined; photos shown. [RUDMAN - praises New Hampshire.]

Jennings, Peter

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