Investigating The President: A National Town Meeting: The Reporters #657990
CNN Special for Sunday, Aug 16, 1998
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Live forum hosted by Jeff Greenfield (ABC) re: media coverage of Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr's investigation into Clinton's alleged sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky, including the participation of John King (CNN), Wolf Blitzer (CNN), "Time" Washington Bureau Chief Michael Duffy, Steve Roberts (CNN), Bob Franken (CNN), Larry King (CNN), Gene Randall (CNN), Brooks Jackson (CNN), Greta Van Susteren (CNN), "Time" Senior Correspondent Michael Weisskopf, Roger Cossack (CNN), radio talk show host Steve McRae, "Arkansas Times" reporter Max Brantley, "Arkansas Democrat-Gazette" reporter Gene Lyons, Pat Buchanan (CNN), Reverend Jesse Jackson, "Time" Senior Political Editor Nancy Gibbs, "Arkansas Tribune" reporter Ovid Goode, "Arkansas Democrat-Gazette" reporter Meredith Oakley, Candy Crowley (CNN), Susan Page (CNN), Bill Press (CNN), Kate O'Beirne (CNN), William Schneider (CNN), Howard Kurtz (CNN), Bernard Shaw (CNN), Bernard Kalb (CNN), Frank Sesno (CNN), Ralph Begleiter (CNN), Pierre Thomas (CNN), Eileen O'Connor (CNN), Jeanne Meserve (CNN), Jonathan Karl (CNN), and White House reporter Fran Louin. Taped segment with Brooks Jackson (CNN). Taped segments with Bruce Morton (CNN), Hillary Clinton, former Hillary Clinton Press Secretary Lisa Caputo, then President Richard Nixon, then President Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, Clinton attorney David Kendall, Starr, Professor Mark Rozell, "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno, and defense attorney Roy Black. Taped segment Charles Bierbauer (CNN), criminal defense attorney Larry Barcella, Clinton advisor Harry Thomason, and Vernon Jordan. Taped segment with William Schneider (CNN). Taped segment with Pierre Thomas (CNN) and DNA expert Mark Stolorow. Taped segment with Frank Sesno (CNN), White House Press Secretary Mike McCurry, and communication security experts Ira Winkler and Dennis Dunbar.
- Bierbauer, Charles;
- Jackson, Brooks;
- Morton, Bruce;
- Schneider, William;
- Sesno, Frank;
- Thomas, Pierre
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