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Good Morning America #657010

ABC Special for Tuesday, Jul 17, 1984

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Good Morning America, on location at the Democratic National Convention in San Francisco, California.

  • Coverage is provided by anchors David Hartman, Steve Bell, and Joan Lunden, correspondent Chris Bury, with a report on hopes for unity in the Democratic Party, Gary Shepard, with a report on the relationships between the potential nominees: Walter Mondale, Jesse Jackson, and Gary Hart, correspondent Dean Reynolds with a report on the rising star of potential vice presidential nominee Geraldine Ferraro, political satirist Mark Russell, correspondent Josh Mankiewicz with a report on the previous night's "summit meeting," Michael Connor with a report on relationships between potential nominees, and Rebecca Chase, reporting on a party thrown by Speaker of the California Assembly Willie Brown .
  • This program includes interviews with President and Mrs. Carter, Mike Farrell, Senator George McGovern, New York Governor Mario Cuomo and Speaker of the House Tip O'Neill.
  • Also includes unrelated coverage of national and local news.
  • Reporter(s):
    Bury, Chris;
    Shepard, Gary;
    Reynolds, Dean;
    Mankiewicz, Josh;
    Connor, Michael;
    Chase Rebecca

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