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South Carolina / Governor Mystery #947623

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 25, 2009
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(Washington: Katie Couric) South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford’s announcement that he will reimburse the state for visiting his mistress in Argentina noted.

(Columbia: Kelly Cobiella) Increasing calls for Sanford’s resignation featured; scenes shown of Sanford’s beach house and of his mistress’s apartment building in Buenos Aires; statements from Sanford and wife Jenny Sanford† quoted. [State senator Larry MARTIN†; state representative Todd RUTHERFORD†; on the street, WOMAN, MAN - criticize Sanford.] [SANFORD – comments on his “remarkable friendship.”] [Sanford’s longtime friend Tom DAVIS†- speculates on whether South Carolinians will forgive Sanford.]

Couric, Katie;
Cobiella, Kelly

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