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ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 10, 2004
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(Washington: Don Dahler) Report introduced.

(White House: Geoff Morrell) President Bush's plans to soon name a new CIA director to replace George Tenet & to reform the agency following the scathing Senate Intelligence Committee report examined; four candidates named. [Former CIA agent Bob BAER†- says people are leaving because the place is broken.] [Former CIA director James WOOLSEY - outlines the positive staff reaction.]

(Washington: Don Dahler) Report introduced.

(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The problems facing the CIA examined. [Former CIA director Robert GATES†- talks about the director's authority in the political world of Washington & the problems of training CIA officers & analysts.] [Intelligence analyst Richard BETTS†, former National Security Agency chief retired Lt. Gen. William ODOM†- outline the special problems in covert operations.]

(Washington: Don Dahler) Further coverage of the CIA & intelligence leadership on "This Week" noted.

Dahler, Don;
Morrell, Geoff;
Thomas, Pierre

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