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A Closer Look (Risky Business) #887619

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 11, 2008
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) A closer look at power, sex and scandal in light of the investigation of a prostitution ring to which New York Governor Eliot Spitzer has been linked introduced.

(New York: Dan Harris) Why politicians get involved in scandalous behavior and why the wives stand by their men examined; details given about the scandals involving Senators David Vitter and Larry Craig, New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevey and President Bill Clinton and their wives. [Psychologist Deanna KIRSCHNER†- assesses why they do this.] [June 20, 2004, on "60 Minutes," CLINTON - says he did it because he could.] [Ex-wife Dina McGREEVEY - comments on her situation.] [ABCNews Cokie ROBERTS†- explains why the wives do it.]

Vargas, Elizabeth;
Harris, Dan

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