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George Bush, Richard Cheney, And Colin Powell Press Conference #656614

CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC Special for Wednesday, Aug 22, 1990

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Live CBS coverage and analysis of George Bush statement and press conference followed by Defense Secretary Richard Cheney and Joint Chiefs of Staff Colin Powell press conference re: US response to threat of Iraq expansionism in the Persian Gulf region with compiled pre- and postevent analysis by ABC, CNN, and NBC; CNN pre-event remarks not recorded; CBS analysis includes an excerpt of King Hussein of Jordan press conference and a live interview with retired General George Crist; ABC analysis includes live interviews by Jennings with former Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman William Crowe and Army reservist Terry Meggett; CNN analysis includes a taped segment with Pat Etheridge (CNN), Colonel Roger Popham, Major General Evan Hultman, retired Admiral Eugene Carroll of the Center for Defense Information, and unidentified others, and a live interview by Shaw with Carroll; NBC analysis includes taped excerpts of statements by State Department Spokesperson Richard Boucher and King Hussein of Jordan, and a live interview by Brokaw with Lieutenant Colonel Clifton Uyematsu.


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