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Nightline #849032

ABC Special for Tuesday, Jan 09, 2007

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  • Taped segment with Jake Tapper (ABC), Sen. Edward Kennedy, Sen. Barack Obama, Sen. Joseph Biden, Georgetown University Law Professor Neal Katyal, then Sen. George McGovern, then Sen. Mark Hatfield, author Robert Mann, and Sen. Lindsey Graham, and a brief live discussion between Cynthia McFadden (ABC) and Terry McCarthy (ABC) re: Democratic opposition to President George W. Bush’s plan to send more US troops to Iraq, and the current fighting in Baghdad.
  • Taped segment with Neal Karlinsky (ABC), Apple CEO Steve Jobs, “New York Times” Tech Editor David Pogue, Creative Strategies President Tim Bajarin, and unidentified others re: the new iPhone unveiled today by Apple.
  • Taped segment with Nancy Cordes (ABC), sweepstakes winner’s mother Renee Swain, Organization of Chinese Americans President Vicki Shu Smolin, Center for Equal Opportunity Chairman Linda Chavez, and CNN anchor Lou Dobbs re: immigration issues related to Babies R Us’s contest to award a US savings bond to the first infant born in 2007.
  • Reporter(s):
    Tapper, Jake;
    Karlinsky, Neal;
    Cordes, Nancy
    Duration:
    00:29:00

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