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September 11 / Commission Report / Recommendations #761118

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 30, 2004
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(Scranton: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Capitol: Chip Reid) The Senate hearings on the 9/11 Commission’s report featured; details given of the pressure on Congress to adopt the report’s 2 central recommendations: the creation of a national counterterrorism center and a national intelligence director. [9/11 Commission chair Thomas KEAN†- says no one was calling the play.] [Commission vice chair Lee HAMILTON†- comments on the need for somebody to be “really in charge.”] [Senator Carl LEVIN†, former CIA director Robert GATES††- question putting the national intelligence director in the White House.] [Families of September 11 Stephen PUSH††- stresses the importance for 9/11 victims’ families of implementing the recommendations.]

(Scranton: Tom Brokaw) Special NBC series on the 9/11 Commission’s report next week noted.

Brokaw, Tom;
Reid, Chip

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