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Bush / Georgia Trip / Security Breach / Russia-US Relations #789678

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, May 10, 2005
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(Studio: Brian Williams; Washington: Pete Williams) The risk to President Bush from a hand grenade near the stage where he spoke at a rally in Georgia discussed.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Tbilisi: David Gregory) The goal of Bush’s Georgia trip to stress freedom & democracy featured; scenes shown of the huge crowd in Tbilisi’s Freedom Square; details given of the friction between the US & Russia over Bush’s trip to the region and of his popularity in Georgia. [BUSH – says Georgia is a beacon of liberty.] [With Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili†, BUSH – says Russia will recognize the benefits of democracies on her border.] [SAAKASHVILI – comments on the enthusiastic welcome for Bush.]

Williams, Brian;
Williams, Pete;
Gregory, David

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