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Britain / Bush Visit / Iraq War / Fake Footman #742192

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 19, 2003
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(Tampa: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(London: Kate Snow) President Bush's visit to Britain featured; details given about the US role in Iraq & how Bush's visit could hurt Prime Minister Tony Blair at home; various brief scenes shown. [In speech, BUSH - talks about liberating Iraq & advancing freedom in the greater Middle East.] [In Parliament, BLAIR - speaks out.] [At Buckingham Palace, BUSH - speaks of defending our common values.]

(Tampa: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Buckingham Palace: Jim Sciutto) The "Daily Mirror" story about how a reporter, Ryan Parry††, was able to get a job as a footman at the royal palace featured; photos shown from the palace. ["Daily Mirror" editor Piers MORGAN†- comments on the reporter in the palace.] The security implications for the government outlined. [Security analyst Crispin BLACK†- comments on the butler.]

Jennings, Peter;
Snow, Kate;
Sciutto, Jim

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