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Foley Resignation / Page Scandal #845378

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Oct 01, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) The allegations that resigned Representative Mark Foley sent explicit messages to underage Congressional pages reviewed; excerpt from Foley’s e-mail as “Maf54” and statement from Representative Dale Kildee† quoted.

(Washington: Gary Nurenberg) The FBI’s probe into the Foley case and House Speaker Dennis Hastert’s request for a Justice Department investigation featured; letter from Hastert, statement from Representative Nancy Pelosi† and Foley’s 1998 statement about former President Bill Clinton’s relationship with Monica Lewinsky quoted; scenes shown of Foley’s staff leaving his office Friday. [Former House Speaker Newt GINGRICH†- says no one knew about a second set of e-mails.] [Representative Sherrod BROWN†- says if leaders did nothing to protect those children they should resign.] [Congressional watchdog Melanie SLOAN†- comments on the timing of the FBI’s investigation.]

(Studio: Carol Lin; Washington: John King) The political fallout from the Foley scandal discussed.

(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Palm Beach Gardens, Florida: Susan Candiotti) Support for Foley from his friends featured; details given about his background, including rumors about his being gay. [Foley friend Ester DINERSTEIN†, Palm Beach GOP chairman Sid DINERSTEIN†- talk about Foley.]

Reporter(s):
Lin, Carol;
Nurenberg, Gary;
King, John;
Candiotti, Susan
Duration:
00:11:30

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