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Nightline: Phantom Candidate #648106

ABC Special for Friday, Jun 23, 1995

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  • Live discussion between Ted Koppel (ABC) and Jeff Greenfield (ABC) re: the possibility that former Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Colin Powell will run for president in 1996.
  • Taped segments with Greenfield, motivational speaker Zig Zeigler, Powell, publisher Howard Kominsky, Juan Williams of The Wilson Center, Michael Berone of "US News and World Report", CNN "Reliable Sources" host Bernard Kalb, NBC "Today" host Bryant Gumbel, Jim Glassman of "The Washington Post", talk show host Rush Limbaugh, Draft Colin Powell Committee spokesman Ronald Evans, Powell supporter Charles Kelly, Eisenhower biographer Steven Ambrose, and unidentified others.

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