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President George W. Bush Statements re: Blackout #988411

CNN Special for Thursday, Aug 14, 2003

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  • Live coverage of President George W. Bush's speech regarding the power outage in the Northeast --including pre/post event coverage and analysis with Leon Harris and Larry King (CNN). Contributing CNN correspondents are Maria Hinojosa, John King, Paula Zahn, and Wolf Blitzer.
  • Analysis includes telephone interviews with New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevey, Michael Gent from the North American Electric Reliability Council, Mayor Jerry Jennings of Albany, New York.
  • Post analysis features "Larry King Live" including interviews with New York Governor George Pataki, Former Energy Secretary Bill Richardson, California Governor Gray Davis, and telephone interview with Senator Hillary Clinton.
  • "Larry King Live" also features coverage of press conference with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
  • Reporter(s):
    Hinojosa, Maria;
    King, John;
    Zahn, Paula;
    Blitzer, Wolf

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