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Iraq / Bush Visit / The Turkey / Allen, Matalin Interviews #743229

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 04, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with "Washington Post"'s Mike Allen about the political fallout about the turkey held up by President Bush during his surprise visit to Baghdad, Iraq; scenes shown. [From Washington, ALLEN - outlines the turkey investigation; comments on how the administration handles the image by dramatizing things.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Taped interview held with Bush adviser Mary Matalin, who gave the view of the defenders of the stand-in turkey. [From Washington, MATALIN - talks about the visuals of communication; denies there is a veracity issue at the White House; comments on the president's long-term strategy in Iraq & the lack of a proposal from the Democratic presidential candidates.]

Brown, Aaron

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