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Condit Interviews / Reaction / The Breaking Point #643853

CNN Evening News for Monday, Aug 27, 2001
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(Capitol Hill: Wolf Blitzer) Statement from Representative Richard Gephardt following Representative Gary Condit's interviews reported. [GEPHARDT - says Condit was not candid.]

(Washington: Kate Snow) The breaking point for embattled politicians examined; examples cited. [August 8, 1974, President Richard NIXON - says he no longer has a strong enough political base.] [Former Nixon aide Ray PRICE - gives the background to Nixon's resignation.] [Former Democratic counsel Julian EPSTEIN - says there is a turning point for each politician.] [September 9, 1995, Senator Bob PACKWOOD - announces his resignation.] [September 6, 1995, Senator Barbara BOXER - says Packwood would be expelled.] [December 12, 1998, Representative Bob LIVINGSTON - says he will vacate his seat.] [July 26, 1990, Representative Barney FRANK - comments.]

Blitzer, Wolf;
Snow, Kate

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