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Foley Scandal / Political Fallout #840661

CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 06, 2006
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Reports introduced.

(Washington: Gloria Borger) The political impact of the Representative Mark Foley mess examined; details given about what New Jersey Congressional candidate Tom Kean, Jr., did; a political ad played. [Representative Tom REYNOLDS - says he reported what he knew about Foley to his supervisor, Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert††.] [Florida VOTER - comments.] [In a FedEx garage, President BUSH - cites the unemployment figures.] [Democratic Representative Rahm EMANUEL†- comments.]

(Columbus, Ohio: Lee Cowan) The tight race for Congress in Columbus, Ohio, examined. [VOTER, beauty salon owner Pati† YOUNG†, resident Adam BAHGAT†- express views on politics.] [Candidate Mary Jo KILROY†- campaigns on the Foley issue.] [Representative Deborah PRYCE†- responds.]

Reporter(s):
Couric, Katie;
Borger, Gloria;
Cowan, Lee
Duration:
00:04:20

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