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Senate / Boxer / Rice Confirmation Hearings / Interview #778013

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 25, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Washington: Ed Henry) The story of Senator Barbara Boxer, who has been raising grievances at the confirmation hearings for Secretary of State nominee Condoleezza Rice†,examined; scenes shown from the hearings. [Senator Robert BYRD - talks about Boxer.] [BOXER - says she is just doing her job; states Rice is not answering the question; says she does not want to run for president.] [Senator John CORNYN - criticizes Boxer.] [July 16, 1991, BOXER - comments on Clarence Thomas.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with Boxer. [From Washington, BOXER - talks about the phrasing of her questions to Dr. Rice about not straightening out the record about Iraq; talks about Rice's contradictions & refusal to admit errors or misstatements; comments on how the confirmation process should work.]

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
Henry, Ed
Duration:
00:08:20

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