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Nightline #910295

ABC Special for Thursday, Nov 06, 2008

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  • Taped segment with John Donvan (ABC), president-elect Barack Obama, “Newsweek” columnist Robert Samuelson, and radio talk show host Dave Ramsey re: the potential impact of Barack Obama’s economic policies on the US economy.
  • Taped segment with Kate Snow (ABC), former Republican vice presidential candidate Governor Sarah Palin, Mark Halperin of “Time Magazine”, Alaska Palin aid Meghan Stapleton, “Daily Show” host Jon Stewart, Katie Connolly of “Newsweek”, and Concerned Women of America President Wendy Wright re: Governor Palin’s impact on Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain’s election campaign.
  • Taped segment with chef Michael White re: his favorite food dishes.
  • Taped segment with Eric Horng (ABC) re: the internet prank known as Rickrolling, which involves singer Rick Astley’s‡ 1980s music video “Never Gonna Give You Up”.
  • Reporter(s):
    Donvan, John;
    Snow, Kate;
    Horng, Eric
    Duration:
    00:31:00

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