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CBS News Special Report: Joint News Conference (2006)

TV Movie  |   |  Documentary, News  |  7 December 2006 (USA)
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Uninterrupted coverage of the press conference remarks by President Bush and Prime Minister Blair, following a private meeting, centering primarily on the Iraq Study Group Report, but also ... See full summary »

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Uninterrupted coverage of the press conference remarks by President Bush and Prime Minister Blair, following a private meeting, centering primarily on the Iraq Study Group Report, but also on PM Blair's planned trip to Israel and Palestine, with one reporter question answered and framing commentary from studio-based network staff. Written by Rich Wannen

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Booooriiiiing!
1 March 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What a snoozer! I yawned a million times this was so totally boooooriiiiing!

Uninterrupted coverage of the press conference remarks by President Bush and Prime Minister Blair, following a private meeting, and it was so boring!

A private meeting centering primarily on the Iraq Study Group Report, but also on PM Blair's planned trip to Israel and Palestine, not exciting at all.

A private meeting with one reporter asking questions and framing commentary from studio-based network staff...... what a huge pile of boring!

Boooooooriiiiing! But important.


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