The Republican National Convention #658060
CNN Special for Monday, Jul 31, 2000
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Live CNN coverage and analysis of the 2000 Republican National Convention with Bernard Shaw (CNN) and Judy Woodruff (CNN), including speeches by: -- Virginia State Rep. Paul C. Harris -- David Levine, Knowledge is Power Program -- Laura Bush -- former Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Colin Powell Analysis includes CNN Senior analyst Jeff Greenfield, CNN political analyst Mike McCurry, Mary Matalin of CNN "Crossfire", CNN political analyst William Schneider, Bush Senior Strategist Karl Rove, and a "Capital Gang" discussion with Al Hunt of the "Wall Street Journal", Robert Novak of the "Chicago Sun- Times", syndicated columnist Mark Shields, Kate O'Beirne of "National Review", and Margaret Carlson. Live interviews with Georgia Rep. Bob Barr, Michigan Delegate Kevin Fobbs, California delegate Rosario Marin, Missouri Delegate Chairwoman Ann Wagner, President Christian Coalition Pat Robertson, Teamsters President James P. Hoffa, National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman Sen. Mitch McConnell, Michigan delegate Bob Eleveld, Georgia delegate Sue Everhart, George P. Bush, George W. Bush's sister Doro Bush Koch, Sen. John McCain, 1998 GOP presidential nominee Robert Dole, Bush Global Affairs Adviser Condoleezza Rice, former Secretary of State George Schultz, Co- director Empower America Jack Kemp, former Texas Governor Ann Richards, Texas delegate Debbie Francis, and Powell.
- Blitzer, Wolf;
- Crowley, Candy;
- Greenfield, Jeff;
- King, John;
- King, Larry;
- Meserve, Jeanne;
- Schneider, William;
- Sesno, Frank
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