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Supreme Court / Miers Nomination #806050

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 11, 2005
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(White House: David Gregory) The split between President Bush and conservatives over his nomination of Harriet Miers for Supreme Court Justice examined; details given of recent conservative complaints. [In December, 1999, BUSH – comments on accepting Christ.] [In March, 2003, BUSH – comments on bringing freedom to others by invading Iraq.] [October 4, BUSH – supports Miers.] ["Wall Street Journal" Stephen MOORE†– says conservatives want a record to look at.] [From “Today,” First Lady Laura BUSH – agrees that sexism might contribute to the opposition to Miers.] [Political analyst Stuart ROTHENBERG†- says Bush has turned into the great conservative divider.]

Williams, Brian;
Gregory, David

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