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DeLay Resignation #827579

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 04, 2006
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Capitol: Chip Reid) Representative Tom DeLay’s resignation from his seat in Congress featured; details recalled of his indictment in Texas for money laundering & his links to the Jack Abramoff scandal. [From “Hardball,” DeLAY – says this seat is precious to the Republican majority; says he was a target of Democrats for many reasons.] [NBC political analyst Charlie COOK†- says DeLay would rather go out defiant than defeated.] [Representative Nancy PELOSI†- speaks of Republican corruption.]

(Studio: Brian Williams; San Francisco: Tim Russert) The impact of DeLay’s resignation on Republicans & Democrats and the investigation into Congressional corruption discussed.

Williams, Brian;
Reid, Chip;
Russert, Tim

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