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Hurricane Katrina / State of Emergency / Politics #802367

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 07, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Ed Henry) The politics of the initial federal response to the disaster of Hurricane Katrina examined; details given about who the Democrats & who the Republicans are criticizing. [Representative Nancy PELOSI - says President Bush is "in denial."] [Representative Tom DeLAY - blames local & state officials.] [Political analyst Stu ROTHENBERG†- says Democrats have been emboldened to take on the president; assesses the political strategy.] Findings of the latest CNN/"USA Today"/Gallup Poll on the public's view of who is to blame for what went wrong in New Orleans outlined on screen. [Senator Hillary CLINTON - speaks for an independent FEMA.]

Brown, Aaron;
Henry, Ed

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