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Campaign ’06 / Iraq War / Bush vs. Kerry #909564

FNC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 31, 2006
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(Escondido, California: Shepard Smith) Senator John Kerry’s controversial comments about the Iraq war noted. [On Monday, KERRY†- tells students if you don’t do well you get stuck in Iraq.]

(White House: Bret Baier) The political fallout over Kerry’s comments, with President Bush and Republicans accusing him of insulting US troops, featured; details given on Kerry’s response and the 2004 Swift Boat Veterans for Truth ads. [BUSH, Senator John McCAIN†– say Kerry owes an apology.] [KERRY†- says it was a botched joke about the president; says he learned a lesson.]

Smith, Shepard;
Baier, Bret

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