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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The conviction of Vice President Dick Cheney's former White House aide Lewis "Scooter" Libby noted.
(Washington: Tom Foreman) Cheney and his job in the White House examined; details given about Cheney's background, his personal life and how some Republicans now see him as a liability. [Senior political analyst William SCHNEIDER- recounts Cheney's political knowledge.] [Brookings Inst. Stephen HESS- says he has been the President's chief adviser.] [Former GOP Congressman J>C> WATTS- talks politics.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Taped interview held with "Time" magazine's Michael Duffy about his article about Cheney. [DUFFY - gives examples of Cheney's declining influence in foreign policy dealing with North Korea and Iran and how he is losing arguments within the administration; states President Bush will not replace the vice president; comments on the significance of the Libby trial, which showed Cheney was driving the campaign to discredit Joe Wilson.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Foreman, Tom
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