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FNC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 17, 2009
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) President-elect Barack Obama’s train trip from Philadelphia to Washington, DC, which included 40 average Americans who were invited on the journey reported; scenes and pictures shown of Vice President-elect Joe Biden with Amtrak conductor Gregg Weaver†. [In Wilmington, Delaware, WEAVER†- introduces Biden.] [BIDEN†- speaks about Weaver.] Live interview held with train guest Julianna Sanchez† about the trip. [Voice of SANCHEZ†- comments on her experience; talks about her chat with Biden.] Details on the Georgia 300 train outlined on screen.

(Washington: Major Garrett; Studio: Shepard Smith) The inaugural train ride reviewed; details given on Obama’s arrival at the Blair House and Major Garrett’s White House coverage; the terrorist attacks of September 11 recalled.

Reporter(s):
Smith, Shepard;
Garrett, Major
Duration:
00:05:50

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