Bush Re: Roberts Nomination and Commentary on Hurricane Katrina #825563
NBC Special for Monday, Sep 05, 2005
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Introductory comments by anchors Matt Lauer and Natalie Morales on President George Bush's plans to name John Roberts as chief justice. Additional commentary by Kelly O'Donnell at the White House. Live NBC coverage of President Bush nominating Roberts as the new chief justice. Post-event analysis reported by Lauer and Pete Williams. Commentary on Michael Brown’s biographical information provided by Lisa Myers. Myers reports on Brown's experience as Commissioner of the International Arabian Horse Association and his lack of FEMA experience. Comments by Chuck Mangan of the Arabian Horse Association; and John Copenhaver, former Clinton FEMA official. An interview with Lt. General Russel Honore on Hurricane Katrina by Lauer.
- O'Donnell, Kelly;
- Williams, Pete;
- Myers, Lisa
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