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You Decide 2004 / Bush v. Kerry / Kerry Interview #769132

FNC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 06, 2004
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(Studio: Rick Folbaum) Statements from the radio addresses of President Bush and Senator John Kerry quoted.

(Crawford, Texas: Molly Henneberg) Bush’s response to allegations that he is using the attacks on September 11 for political gain featured; details given about the support Bush is receiving from relatives of September 11 victims in an “Open Letter to America”; statements from letter quoted. [BUSH – says the way his administration handled September 11 is worthy of discussion.]

(Houston: Carl Cameron) Excerpts from a taped Kerry interview featured; details given about Kerry’s campaign and his criticism of Bush’s use of September 11 images in TV advertisements. [KERRY – says Bush’s record does not show support for New York City by reducing funding for homeland security; says he is fighting for mainstream American common sense; calls the Bush administration radical.]

(Studio: Rick Folbaum) The campaigning by Gen. Wesley Clark in support of Kerry at a fund-raiser in Topeka, Kansas, shown.

Reporter(s):
Folbaum, Rick;
Henneberg, Molly;
Cameron, Carl
Duration:
00:05:10

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