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Reporter's Roundtable (Iraq / September 11 Commission Hearings) #754394

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 13, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live roundtable discussion held with CNN anchor Judy Woodruff, "National Review"'s Jonah Goldberg & "Wall Street Journal"'s John Harwood about the war in Iraq, the hearings of the commission investigating September 11 & President Bush's evening press conference. [GOLDBERG - assesses Bush's news conference; outlines the "bad hand" that the White House is being dealt.] [HARWOOD - assesses Bush's statements; states the preeminent problem for Bush is justifying Iraq.] [WOODRUFF - says Bush feels he has nothing to apologize for & is trying to persuade the American people that the war in Iraq will make us safer from terrorism.]

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron
Duration:
00:05:10

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