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September 11 / Commission Hearings / Frist vs. Clarke / Rice #751330

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 26, 2004
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Linda Douglass) A ferocious attack by Senator Bill Frist on former counterterrorism official Richard Clarke & his testimony at the September 11 commission hearings featured; details given of Frist's implication that Clarke lied under oath when testifying secretly about September 11 two years ago. [On Wednesday, CLARKE - asks for forgiveness.] [FRIST - says Clarke did not have the right, privilege or responsibility to apologize.] [Families of September 11 co-founder Carie LEMACK†- lauds Clarke for taking responsibility.] [Senator Tom DASCHLE - responds to the "Republican attack machine."] [Senator Bob GRAHAM - comments.]

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(White House: Terry Moran) The Democrats' massive attack on National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice†'s credibility & the rebuttal from the White House reported; details given of the issue of the administration's strategy about terrorism before 9/11.

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Secretary of State Colin Powell's statement on PBS about Clarke reported. [POWELL - says Clarke served his nation well.]

Reporter(s):
Vargas, Elizabeth;
Douglass, Linda;
Moran, Terry
Duration:
00:04:20

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