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Libby Trial / Law and Politics / A Discussion #854272

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 06, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: John King) The impact of former White House aide Lewis "Scooter" Libby's trial on President Bush and his administration and Vice President Dick Cheney's role discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Candy Crowley) What is happening on Capitol Hill following the trial, including the issue of how the administration "bent" CIA intelligence, the culture of corruption theme, and the unlikelihood of Cheney stepping down discussed. [Senator Harry REID - says President Bush should follow through on investigating the leak.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: John Roberts) The pressure on Bush to not pardon Libby right now, how he could eventually be pardoned in late 2008 and whether the Democrats will follow up on moving against Cheney discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
King, John;
Crowley, Candy;
Roberts, John

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