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Bernard Shaw

CNN's main anchor in Washington, D.C., Shaw, who co-anchored "The International Hour" and The World Today (1992), made a name for himself in the 1988 U.S. presidential debates when he shocked candidate Michael Dukakis with his opening question asking if Dukakis would drop his opposition to the death penalty if his wife were raped and killed. It is... See full bio »
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Known For

Inside Politics
Inside Politics Himself - Anchor
(1992-2002)
Issues '92
Issues '92 Himself - Anchor
(1992)
Desert Storm: The Victory
Desert Storm: The Victory Host / Narrator
(1991)

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 1997 The Lost World: Jurassic Park
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On the death penalty question, he publicly asked Michael Dukakis in 1988: "That question will follow me to my grave. My only defense is, since when did a question hurt a politician? It's not the question, it's the answer that counts".

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