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Cabinet / Powell Resignation / Rice #771304

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 15, 2004
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The resignation of Secretary of State Colin Powell, who is likely to be replaced by National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice, reported.

(White House: John Roberts) Powell’s impact on foreign policy examined; details given of White House hardliners’ criticism of Powell for his views on North Korea and Iraq. [POWELL – says he indicated he would serve one term.] [White House press secretary Scott McCLELLAN – says Powell made a decision for his own reasons.] [Georgetown University Robert LIEBER†- comments on Rice’s qualifications.] [In March, 2002, POWELL – announces a review of the US relationship with North Korea.] The resignations of Education Secretary Rod Paige, Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham & Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman noted.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: David Martin) Potential changes in foreign policy after Powell examined; details given of Powell’s resistance to going to war in Iraq during President Bush’s first term and of the continuing use of diplomacy for dealing with North Korea & Iran, which announced it would suspend uranium enrichment.

Rather, Dan;
Roberts, John;
Martin, David

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