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Nightline #646343

ABC Special for Tuesday, Nov 07, 1989

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Live discussion re: results of today's elections with Ted Koppel (ABC), Jeff Greenfield (ABC), Democratic National Chairman Ron Brown, and Virginia Governor-elect Douglas Wilder; taped segment with Greenfield, excerpt of New York City mayoral candidate Rudolph Giuliani campaign ad, New Jersey gubernatorial candidate Jim Courter, Larry Sabato of the University of Virginia, Virginia gubernatorial candidates Marshall Coleman and Wilder, New York City Mayor-elect David Dinkins, Mary Matlin of the Republican National Committee, and an excerpt of statement by George Bush; taped segment re: political turmoil in East Germany with Barrie Dunsmore (ABC), West German TV commentator Peter Voss, Ian Glover James of Independent Television News, Jerry King (ABC), and West German commentator Robin Lockenbach.

Duration:
00:44:00

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