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Foley Resignation / Page Scandal / A Discussion #845388

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Oct 01, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) House Speaker Dennis Hastert’s call for a federal probe into the Mark Foley Congressional page scandal noted. [Senators Richard LUGAR†, Michael DeWINE†, White House counselor Dan BARTLETT†, Representative Jane HARMAN†- support an investigation to find out who knew what and when they knew it.] Live discussion held with Republican strategist Bay Buchanan† and Democratic strategist Julian Epstein† about the scandal and its impact on the midterm elections. [BUCHANAN, EPSTEIN – speculate on what Republican leaders might have known about Foley’s e-mails; comment on Democrats’ claim of a cover-up; comment on the political impact of an FBI investigation.] Excerpts from Internet blogs AMERICAblog.com and Power Line quoted.

Lin, Carol

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