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Foley Scandal / Politics / Walsh Interview #841265

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 10, 2006
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The fallout from the Mark Foley-Congressional page scandal introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Dana Bash) The political aftermath for the Republican examined; details given about concerns expressed by former page Trandle‡. [Jordan Edmund††'s attorney Stephen JONES†- says Jordan answered the FBI's questions.] [Speaker of the House Dennis HASTERT††- talks about his staff & a possible coverup.] Statement from Representative Jim Kolbe about what he did/did not do after receiving information from a former page & his support for the page program quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The heat on Hastert & Representative Tom Reynolds introduced.

(New York: Mary Snow) The "Foley factor" in the election races examined; scenes shown from political ads from incumbent Reynolds & his opponent. [REYNOLDS - explains what he did.] ["Buffalo News" Bob McCARTHY - assesses the Reynolds-Davis race.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Taped interview held with "America's Most Wanted" host Adam Walsh about Foley. [WALSH - says he was flabbergasted about the Foley e-mails.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Bash, Dana;
Snow, Mary

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