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2003: A Look Back (Part III) #745262

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 31, 2003
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(Studio & White House: John Roberts) A look back at the year in politics presented; scenes shown representing major political stories. [January 28, President BUSH – says Saddam Hussein sought quantities of uranium from Africa.] [December 8, Senator Edward KENNEDY – says we have just begun to fight.] [Council on Foreign Relations former president Les GELB†- comments on the increasing focus on foreign policy issues in the 2004 election; comments on Bush’s record on employment.] [Representative Richard GEPHARDT – criticizes Bush’s Iraq policies.] [Democratic strategist Donna BRAZILE†- comments on presidential candidate Howard Dean.] [Kennedy School of Government David GERGEN†- says the war has become a stronger suit for Bush.]

Roberts, John

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