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Today (re: Emergency Spending Bill) #872854

NBC Special for Monday, Nov 23, 1981

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  • Live coverage on NBC morning news program "Today," notable for its coverage of President Ronald Reagan's veto of emergency spending bill, hosted by Tom Brokaw. With reports and analysis from John Palmer, Ken Bode, Phil Bremen, Fred Francis, Jeff Davis, Cliff Morrison, Rich Samuels, Lee McCarthy, Bryant Gumbel, and Bill Sternoff.
  • Live footage of interviews with Joe Klecko, Mark Gastineau, Sonny Gibson, and William Sullivan.
  • Taped footage of interviews and statements from President Ronald Reagan, Eva Montemayor, Gus Disano, and Bill Nordstrom.
  • Reporter(s):
    Palmer, John;
    Bode, Ken;
    Bremen, Phil;
    Francis, Fred;
    Davis, Jeff;
    Morrison, Cliff;
    Samuels, Rich;
    McCarthy, Lee;
    Gumbel, Bryant;
    Sternoff, Bill

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