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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 28, 2010
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(Studio: Natalie Morales) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jim Miklaszewski) The embarrassing details being revealed in State Department classified documents released by the Website WikiLeaks examined; details given {with excerpts quoted} from the "secret" cables about US secret operations and US involvement with Yemen, Pakistan's enriched uranium, Jordan's King Abdullah, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. [Center for Strategic and International Studies Heather CIBLEY†- says this could imperil US foreign policies.] [NBC terrorism analyst Roger CRESSEY†- says the reaction might be harsh.] A statement from White House press secretary Robert Gibbs quoted and the role of Pfc. Bradley Manning in handing over the documents noted. [Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Adm. Mike MULLEN†- says this is a dangerous precedent.] How this may just be the tip of the iceberg discussed.

(Studio: Natalie Morales; Washington: ANdrea Mitchell) The reaction at the State Department to this political meltdown of foreign policy with Clinton attempting to limit the damages in foreign countries, how the Pentagon may be the original source of the leak, a review of the agency sharing of intelligence and the potential fallout for US foreign relations because lines have been crossed in this spying as Clinton leaves for a trip to four countries criticized in these secret cables discussed.

Morales, Natalie;
Miklaszewski, Jim;
Mitchell, ANdrea

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