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Hastert Charges #1084967

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 07, 2015
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(Studio: Peter Alexander) Report introduced.

(Yorkville, Illinois: Gabe Gutierrez) The reaction of former students of former Representative Dennis Hastert, who has been linked to sexual abuse while a high school teacher & coach, examined; details given about banking charges against Hastert & the Representative Mark Foley sex scandal. ['75 graduate Vic GALLO?, '70 graduate Mike McDADE? - back Hastert.] [Disguised MAN - says Steve Reinboldt told him about their sexual contact.] [Back then, former President BUSH - supports Hastert.] [Former Hastert chief of staff Scott PALMER - refuses comment.]

Reporter(s):
Alexander, Peter;
Gutierrez, Gabe
Duration:
00:02:50

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