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Nightline: Whitewater: Overplayed Underplayed? #647799

ABC Special for Tuesday, Apr 19, 1994

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  • A live forum with Ted Koppel (ABC), Bill Clinton political advisor James Carville, talk show host Rush Limbaugh, attorney Floyd Abrams, "New York Times" Managing Editor Max Frankel, "Des Moines Register" Editor Geneva Overholser, "Wall Street Journal" Editor Robert Bartley, and Brit Hume (ABC) re: news media coverage of Bill and Hillary Clinton's past involvement with a Whitewater Development Corporation real estate venture to which money from the failed Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan may have been diverted.
  • Taped excerpts of statements by student Kevin McKillip, attorney Alfredo Parrish, sales coordinator Lisa Deaton, television anchorman Rod Fowler, policeman Colin McBee, housewife Liz Neumann, and farmer Jerry Ryerson.
  • Taped segment with Jeff Greenfield (ABC), former CBS correspondent Murray Fromson, Linda Wright-Moore of the "Philadelphia Daily News", Bob Zaltsberg of the "Bloomington Herald-Times", Michael Kinsley of "The New Republic", Mara Liasson of National Public Radio, Paul Gogt of "The Wall Street Journal", author Suzanne Garment, Limbaugh, Peter Jennings (ABC), VP Al Gore, Bill Clinton, Michael Kramer of "Time", and Lars Erik Nelson of "Newsday".

  • Reporter(s):
    Hume, Brit (ABC);
    Jennings, Peter (ABC);
    Koppel, Ted (ABC);
    Greenfield, Jeff (ABC)

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