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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Reports introduced.
(Modesto, California: George Lewis) California recall election candidate actor Arnold Schwarzenegger's "damage control" response to charges he grouped women & praised Adolf Hitler examined; scenes shown of Arnold's campaign against Governor Gray Davis. [SCHWARZENEGGER - accuses Davis of a "dirty campaign."] Schwarzenegger campaign spokesman Rob STUTZMAN- criticizes the journalism.] The "Oakland Tribune"'s withdrawal of its endorsement of Schwarzenegger due to his "boorish behavior" noted. [SCHWARZENEGGER - comments on the attacks on him.]
(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.
(Oakland: Kelly O'Donnell) The Davis campaign featured; scenes shown. [DAVIS - says the crime is sexual battery; states no one can admire Hitler.] [In Oakland, Senator Dianne FEINSTEIN - asks do we want Arnold as governor for out state.] [DAVIS - says vote "no" on the recall.]
(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Tomorrow's interview with Schwarzenegger announced.
- Seigenthaler, John;
- Lewis, George;
- O'Donnell, Kelly
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