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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Vice President Dick Cheney's criticism of challenger Senator John Kerry reported. [CHENEY - criticizes Kerry's remarks about "unnamed foreign leaders."]
(Washington: Candy Crowley) Kerry's campaign featured; details given of the issue of Kerry's Vietnam War-era actions. [KERRY - says Vietnam has nothing to do with this election; criticizes President Bush's National Guard record.] [In 2001, KERRY - explains he did not have his medals there in 1971.] [In interview in 1971, KERRY - says he gave back the medals.] [On CNN, Bush adviser Karen HUGHES- says Kerry pretended to throw away his medals.]
(Studio: Aaron Brown) Kerry's unplugged remarks today after the "Good Morning America" taping reported. [KERRY - comments.]
(New York: Jeff Greenfield) How the war card in the 2004 election is being played by Bush & Kerry examined; details given of the question of what Kerry said & did about the Vietnam War in 1971. [KERRY - clarifies his 1971 comments.]
- Brown, Aaron;
- Crowley, Candy;
- Greenfield, Jeff
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