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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 15, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news story on the fallout from the decision of President Bush's administration to fire US attorneys reintroduced; details given about e-mails between White House officials about the 2005 roles of White House adviser Karl Rove and former White House staffer Harriet Miers. [In live interview, former presidential adviser David GERGEN - says the Rove e-mail showed an innocent conversation, but the press has been misled with pressure resulting on Rove to testify and how Attorney General Alberto Gonzales may now be heading for the exit door; states the tide is clearly turning against Gonzales; predicts a donnybrook if White House counsel Fred Fielding says staffers {Rove} will not be sent to testify on Capitol Hill.]
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