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CIA / Woolsey Resignation #354811

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 28, 1994
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(White House: Bill Plante) CIA director James Woolsey's resignation and Agriculture Secretary Mike Espy's replacement by Dan Glickman reported announced by the White House today. [Senator Richard LUGAR - criticizes farm subsidies.] [GLICKMAN - says he will try to keep farm subsides.] The six White House top vacant positions listed and speculations that deputy Defense Secretary John Deutch might be offered Woosley's job stated.

(Washington: David Martin) Former CIA Director James Woolsey's term and complaint that he never had access to the president examined; scenes shown on Woolsey's initial swearing-in ceremony in 1993. [Representative Robert TORRICELLI - comments on Woolsey's lack of success at the CIA.] Severe criticism of Woolsey's handling of the Aldrich Ames spy case noted. [Senator Patrick LEAHY - comments on Woosley's mistakes at the CIA.]

Chung, Connie;
Martin, David;
Plante, Bill

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