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Nightline #899702

ABC Special for Thursday, Jul 24, 2008

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  • Taped segment with Neal Karlinsky (ABC), hurricane survivor Norma Gomez‡, and unidentified others re: recovery efforts in south Texas in the aftermath of Hurricane Dolly.
  • Taped segment with Jake Tapper (ABC), Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama, then President John F. Kennedy, then President Ronald Reagan, then President Bill Clinton, former US Ambassador to Germany John Kornblum, filmmaker Megan Anderson, Germany National Parliament member Professor Gert Weisskirchen, Andrew Graw of “Die Welt”, Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, and unidentified others re: Sen. Obama’s visit to Germany, including his speech in Berlin today.
  • Taped segment with Nick Watt (ABC), University of California Irvine Professor Richard McKenzie, and Patrick Corcoran of the National Association of Theatre Owners re: the cost of popcorn at movie theatres.
  • A correction to last night’s Nightline broadcast read by Cynthia McFadden (ABC) re: Livestrong Foundation founder Lance Armstrong’s presidential election preference.
  • Reporter(s):
    Karlinsky, Neal;
    Tapper, Jake;
    Watt, Nick
    Duration:
    00:32:00

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