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Gulf of Mexico / Oil Spill / A Discussion #967456

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 03, 2010
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(Louisiana: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the attachment of the cap to the oil stream from the damaged well in the Gulf of Mexico reported; underwater footage, of oil birds on Grand Isle, Louisiana, & of the start of BP's public relations campaign shown.

(Louisiana: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with CNN's James Carville & historian Douglas Brinkley about the oil spill & BP; inset photos of oily birds shown. [CARVILLE - says BP has little credibility & will have to fight to get the skeptical people's confidence; states we will see more dead birds & more oil.] [BRINKLEY - says this is not the time for BP's image makeover--it is about saving the wetlands; criticizes BP CEO Tony Hayward; comments on the images of the birds.]

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