NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 30, 2008
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(Chicago: John Yang) President-elect Barack Obama's plans to name his national security team on Monday with Senator Hillary Clinton as secretary of state, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates staying on, retired Marine Gen. Jim Jones as national security adviser, Eric Holder as attorney general, Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano to head homeland security and Susan Rice as U.N. ambassador previewed. [CLINTON - speaks about the future.] [On "This Week," Senator Richard LUGAR- says it will be a strong team.] [Senator Lindsey GRAHAM- talks about former President Bill Clinton's business dealings.] Bill's role as a business and philanthropic conglomerate and what he will do while his wife is secretary of state noted. [In Kuwait, Bill CLINTON - talks about Hillary.] [NBC News presidential historian Michael BESCHLOSS- says Obama is comfortable with strong personalities around him.] The issue of escalating tensions between India and Pakistan and what Obama may say about the crisis discussed.
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