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Iraq War Debate / Propaganda #811085

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 01, 2005
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(White House: John Roberts) The administration’s new candor in its public relations strategy for the Iraq war featured; details given of the blow to the administration’s credibility with the discovery that the Lincoln Group is paying Iraqi newspapers to run favorable stories. [Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Gen. Peter PACE†- says guys like me have not articulated what is happening in Iraq & Afghanistan.] [Yesterday, President BUSH – says the training of Iraqi security forces “always hasn’t gone smoothly.”] [Representative John MURTHA†- says Americans are crying out for reassurance.] [Edelman Public Relations CEO Richard EDELMAN†- comments on the credibility loss.]

Schieffer, Bob;
Roberts, John

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