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Nightline #647119

ABC Special for Monday, Jan 27, 1992

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  • Live discussion re: allegations by Gennifer Flowers of marital infidelity against Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton with Forrest Sawyer (ABC), former New Hampshire Democratic Chairman Joe Grandmaison, Cokie Roberts (ABC), syndicated columnist Cal Thomas, and Elaine Kamarck of "Newsday".
  • Taped segment with Jeff Greenfield (ABC), Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bob Kerrey, Flowers, excerpt of Clinton and his wife Hillary on "60 Minutes", Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Tom Harkin, Mark Halperin (ABC), Robin Summey, Mike Cooperide, Larry Petrin, media consultant David Garth, political consultant Ed Rollins, Michael Barone of "US News and World Report", Democratic presidential candidate Paul Tsongas, and unidentified others.

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