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Nightline: Deja Vu #731094

ABC Special for Wednesday, Jun 18, 2003

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  • Live discussion between Ted Koppel (ABC) and American Enterprise Institute resident scholar Michael Ledeen re: US policies with regard to the possibility that Iran may be developing nuclear weapons, as well as its role in sponsoring terrorism.
  • Taped segment with Chris Bury (ABC), George W. Bush, National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, former CIA analyst Mel Goodman, Gary Milhollin of the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control, and Georgetown University Professor Rob Sobhani.
  • A brief live update by Koppel re: events today involving US soldiers in Iraq.
  • Reporter(s):
    Bury, Chris
    Duration:
    00:30:00

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