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Bush / Farewell Address / A Discussion #917935

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 15, 2009
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(Studio: Campbell Brown) Excerpts from President Bush's farewell address tonight featured. [BUSH - talks about the enduring promise of our land, best wishes to the Obamas, the terrorist movement, Afghanistan, the young democracy, Iraq as an Arab democracy, challenges to our prosperity, the setbacks, the tough decisions, the need to resist complacency and speaking out for justice and truth.]

(Studio: Campbell Brown) Live strategy session held with CNN's David Gergen, Candy Crowley and BET TV's Pamela Gentry about Bush's last address. [GERGEN - assesses Bush's speech and how he sees that he has protected the homeland while Americans have a different view.] [CROWLEY - suggests Bush is trying to rewrite history, but did admit he would do some things differently.] [GENTRY - says he will be remembered for seeing things in black and white.]

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