NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 14, 2010
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(Washington: Lisa Myers) The Congressional investigation into BP’s decisions to save time and money before the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig reviewed; letter from Congress to CEO Tony Hayward outlining risky decisions, letter from a BP engineer calling it a “nightmare well” and internal e-mails quoted. [Representative Henry WAXMAN- states BP’s corner-cutting was horribly negligent.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.
(Theodore, Alabama: Chuck Todd) Obama's 4th visit to the Gulf reviewed; details given about the series of events aimed at showing the government has control of this crisis; scenes shown from Gulfport, Mississippi with of Obama with Governor Haley Barbour on the beach and eating seafood and snow cones and of Obama in Alabama. [OBAMA – says we want to coordinate at every level; says there is opportunity for visitors to come down here.]
(Orange Beach, Alabama: Mark Potter) The impact on the beaches featured; details given of criticism of BP and the federal government. [TOURIST – reacts.] [Orange Beach, Alabama Mayor Tony KENNON- calls for local control of the cleanup with BP paying for it.] [Senator Bill NELSON- comments on the lack of boats off Florida.] [Gulf Shores, Alabama Mayor Robert CRAFT- says life support is cheaper than a funeral.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) NBC’s coverage of Obama’s address tomorrow noted.
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