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Good Morning America #656826

ABC Special for Wednesday, Nov 05, 1980

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  • ABC "Good Morning America" Post Election Report re: Ronald Reagan victory, speculation on Reagan's possible cabinet members and transition government, House and Senate changes, Iran Hostage Situation, National Conservative Political Action Committee and Evangelical movement's affect on elections, and what Reagan's election means for the economy, reported by David Hartman, Steve Bell, Joan Lunden, Joe Benton, Bill Greenwood, Mike Von Fremd, Catherine Mackin, Lynn Sherr, Pierre Salinger, Barry Serafin, Hal Bruno, John Scali, and Al Dale.
  • Excerpts of statements by Ronald Reagan, Ed Meese, Jimmy Carter, and John Anderson.
  • Live interviews with Ed Meese, Richard Queen, John "Terry" Dolan, William Howard, Larry Chimerine, Alan Cranston, Richard Lugar, Ellie Smeal, and Benjamin Hooks.
  • Reporter(s):
    Hartman, David;
    Bell, Steve;
    Lunden, Joan;
    Benton, Joe;
    Greenwood, Bill;
    Von Fremd, Mike;
    Mackin, Catherine;
    Sherr, Lynn;
    Salinger, Pierre;
    Serafin, Barry;
    Bruno, Hal;
    Scali, John;
    Dale, Al

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