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In Depth (Campaign 2000: Supreme Court Lawyers: Tribe and Olson) #632859

NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 01, 2000
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) The lawyers who represented presidential candidates Governor George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore at the Supreme Court introduced.

(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) Bush campaign attorney Ted Olson and Gore campaign attorney Laurence Tribe featured; details given about their key cases. [Senator Patrick LEAHY - says the two attorneys give strong arguments.] [In 1980s, TRIBE - criticizes Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork.] [Harvard Law School Arthur MILLER - says Tribe would make a good justice.] [Former attorney general Edwin MEESE, former independent counsel Kenneth STARR - talk about Olson.] [Bush White House counsel C. Boyden GRAY - says two better people could not be at the Supreme Court.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Mitchell, Andrea

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