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Bush / Military Record / CBS Report / A Discussion (Part I) #765863

CNN Evening News for Monday, Sep 20, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live discussion held with Harvard University Shorenstein Center's Alex Jones, "Vanity Fair" columnist Michael Wolff†, CNN's Jeff Greenfield & Mickey Kaus, about the CBS documents on President Bush's National Guard service record. [From Boston, JONES - assesses the damage for CBS & how the network should handle its explanation of the problem; talks about how the bloggers are watching as a safeguard; indicates CBS believed Bill Burkett beyond the time it should have.] [In-studio, WOLFF - says the mood at CBS is panicky because heads will roll.] [In-studio, GREENFIELD - offers perspective on what could happen because of tainted evidence.] [From Washington, KAUS - explains why it is good for Senator John Kerry to get this "fortunate son" story out of the way & how this CBS/Dan Rather story is a big victory for the bloggers.]

Brown, Aaron

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