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Politics / Gingrich Resignation #421459

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Nov 07, 1998
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(Studio: Marina Kolbe) Report introduced.

(Roswell, Georgia: Brian Cabell) Resignation of House Speaker Newt Gingrich from Congress featured; public reaction given. [Republican activist Henry ELY - says he can't believe it.] [Republican Fulton County, Georgia, Ron JACKSON - says the Republican will move forward.] [House Speaker Newt GINGRICH - talks about his district.] [Emory University Merle BLACK - says Gingrich's seat is the safest for Republicans in the House of Representatives.] [GOP DeKalb County, Georgia, Bob DALLAS - says he hopes Gingrich stays involved politically.]

(Studio: Gene Randall) Report introduced.

(White House: Kathleen Koch) White House response to Gingrich's resignation reported. [Representative Bill ARCHER - says the Republican leadership has to change its approach; tells what many Americans want.]

Cabell, Brian;
Koch, Kathleen;
Kolbe, Marina;
Randall, Gene

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