ABC Special for Wednesday, Dec 30, 2009
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Taped segment with Brian Ross (ABC), former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, Cynthia McFadden (ABC), former Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards’ wife Elizabeth, Sen. John Ensign, Ensign’s former aide Doug Hampton, Rep. William Jefferson, and South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford re: Nightline’s award for the worst behavior by a US politician in 2009.
Taped segment with Ross, singer Chris Brown, Richard and Mayumi Heene, television talk show host David Letterman, President Barack Obama, and professional golfer Tiger Woods re: Nightline’s award for the worst behavior by a celebrity in 2009.
Taped segment with Ross, Rep. Jackie Speier, former AIG executive Joseph Cassano, former Bank of America President Ken Lewis, former FBI Agent Brad Garrett, US Attorney Preet Bharara, convicted financier Allen Stanford, and unidentified others re: Nightline’s award for the worst behavior by a Wall Street executive in 2009.
Taped segment with Ross, Danielle Brian of the Project on Government Oversight, Garrett, attorney Bob Hilliard, and unidentified others re: Nightline’s award for the most sick and twisted behavior in 2009.
Brian Ross’s announcement of the overall winner for bad behavior in 2009, former Illinois Governor Blagojevich.
- Ross, Brian
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