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Foley Scandal / Political Fallout / Florida Race #846118

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Oct 08, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Washington: Dana Bash) The political impact of the Mark Foley page scandal reviewed; details given about the claim from former Foley aide Kirk Fordham that he warned House Speaker Dennis Hastert about Foley years ago; response from Hastert’s chief of staff Scott Palmer† quoted; campaign ad for Representative Tom Reynolds shown. [Representative Charles RANGEL†- comments on Fordham’s plan to testify under oath.] [Representative Tom DAVIS†- states anyone who hindered or hid this will have to step down.] [Representative Ron LEWIS†- claims a former page now serving in Iraq was approached by Foley in 2001.] [Representatives Ray LAHOOD†, Adam PUTNAM†- note the impact of the scandal on upcoming elections.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Juno Beach, Florida: Amanda Rosseter) Reaction to the scandal in Foley’s home district in Florida featured. [Florida Republicans Peter FEDOR†, Kathy ROSALIA†, Mark ZARUBA†, Democrat Inocencio PROVENZZA†- express views.]

Reporter(s):
Lin, Carol;
Bash, Dana;
Rosseter, Amanda
Duration:
00:05:00

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