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Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, Colin Powell and Sam Nunn Press Conference #656731

ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC Special for Monday, Sep 19, 1994

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  • Live ABC, CBS, CNN and NBC coverage and analysis of Bill Clinton, former President Jimmy Carter, former Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Colin Powell, and Sen. Sam Nunn press conference re: Carter, Powell, and Nunn's mission to Haiti over the weekend which lead to an agreement resulting in the peaceful entry of US troops into Haiti today.
  • ABC analysis includes the participation of former Special Envoy to Haiti Lawrence Pezzullo, Sen. John Glenn, Sen. Don Nickles, military analyst Tony Cordesman, and retired US Forces in Europe Commander General Crosbie Saint.
  • CBS analysis includes the participation of former Defense Secretary Les Aspin and Haitian Foreign Minister Charles David.
  • CNN analysis includes the participation of retired Major General Perry Smith, retired Colonel Bob Dickinson, and Radio Soleil D'Haiti Program Director Ralph Delly.
  • NBC analysis includes the participation of retired Marine Lieutenant General Bernard Trainor, and Carnegie Endowment Senior Associate Richard Haass.

  • Duration:
    03:32:00

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