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New Orleans, Louisiana / Hurricane Katrina / 10 Years Later / Brown #1088843

CNN Evening News for Friday, Aug 28, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The efforts by former FEMA director Michael Brown to rehabilitate his image in the ten years after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans introduced; Brown in Politico, including his criticism of CNN's Anderson Cooper's narrative, quoted; scenes shown from the CNN 2005 report from a boat in the flooded streets of New Orleans.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "The Great Deluge" author Douglas Brinkley about Brown. [BRINKLEY - criticizes Brown's credibility, how the Bush administration ghettoized FEMA; says FEMA is vastly improved.]

Cooper, Anderson

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