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Football / Limbaugh's Investment / A Discussion (Part I) #950318

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 14, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The dropping of radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh by a group headed by David Checketts hoping to buy the St. Louis Rams football team reported. [LIMBAUGH - says he is not caving.] Checketts' statement quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with ESPN's Stephen A. Smith, Rev. Al Sharpton & KTBS St. Louis radio host McGraw Milhaven† about Limbaugh. [SMITH - comments on the NFL & the decision against Limbaugh, who had caused a stir in 2003 in racial areas.] [SHARPTON - comments on what Limbaugh has said & how he must be held accountable.] [MILHAVEN - calls it a high-tech lynching of Limbaugh.] Other material: [LIMBAUGH - says it is smear against him; comments on his blood & crypts comments; states this is about the left trying to destroy conservatism.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:07:10

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