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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

John King to Lead CNN's Coverage of Bush Library Dedication

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CNN to Provide Coverage of the George W. Bush Library Dedication

As all of the living U.S. presidents reunite for the dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Library, CNN will provide coverage and updates from Dallas and Washington, including an interview with former President Bush and First Lady Laura Bush.
Chief national correspondent John King will report from the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas on Wednesday, April 24, and will lead the network’s special coverage of the dedication from Dallas on Thursday, April 25, beginning at 11 a.m. King’s interview with President Bush and former First Lady Laura Bush, in which they discussed his presidency and his legacy, will air Wednesday on Anderson Cooper 360° at 10 p.m. On Thursday morning, King will take viewers on a private tour of the library hosted by the former First Lady. King was CNN’s senior White House correspondent during the George W. Bush administration.
In addition, White House correspondent Brianna Keilar will provide special reports from Dallas across the network’s programming beginning Wednesday.
CNN en EspaƱol’s Directo USA will feature a live Dallas broadcast, hosted by anchor Juan Carlos Lopez. Gustavo Valdes will contribute to coverage.
CNN will release a CNN/ORC International poll on how history will remember George W. Bush. The library dedication will be streamed at CNN.com/live and via the CNN Mobile Apps. Additional coverage will be available on CNNPolitics.com, the CNN Politics Facebook page and @CNNPolitics.

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Glad to see that CNN still has some faith in John King.
Interviewing W. has got to be a challenge and I'm sure Bush will say he regrets nothing, even though he's the cause of everything
since 9/11, bombing the wrong country, Iraq, the Great Recession, etc., and might I also add that he did not heed the warnings that were given to him BEFORE 9/11, so asking him about what is happening now, is like trying to catch the horse after the barn door is shut.

Anonymous said...

Just saw the interview with W. and the former First Lady Laura, whom I rather liked.
But when John King asked W. whether his relationship with Cheney has been strained, his words from his very own book, Bush denied that he had a falling out with the former VP, and said that they were always friends.
Well, this is news to the Country he misguided for eight years.
Bush also contended that he was "content," now and that history would be the judge of his legacy.
History is judging you W. and it doesn't look good.
Especially since you look as though you just got out of bed, and needed a shave, and John King woke you up in order to do this interview.
Did you happen to take a glance at your reflection in the mirror on the way?
You are graying and disheveled and that's the good part. We haven't even looked at your library of relics. It has to be better than your reflection.

Anonymous said...

Loved the exchange between John King and Anderson Cooper after the interview.
Cooper said that three former Presidents, including Clinton, HAD to think of something good to say about George W.
Now that will take some very lengthy pondering. Perhaps if they
organized into small group discussions and started last week...someone will eventually hit on something.

Anonymous said...

I've decided that that best punishment for the marathon bomber is not death or life in prison.
After seeing video from the NYT on line of the victims that reached the finish line, just in time for the explosion, and now face multiple surgeries, and or amputations, is to have both of the bombers legs amputated below the knee.
And while this may sound brutal, the old adage, an eye for an eye, may in fact have deep meaning here.
What better way for him to SEE the damage he and his dead "bro" inflicted on others, to have the SAME DONE TO HIM.
It used to work as punishment, just fine, and who are we to say, it wouldn't work again?

trampadoo said...

@Anon 12:27 AM:

Well, now that you've made your decision it is time for you to move to a country that applies Sharia law then. There you would get your brand of OT justice system. I mean hey, it works for them, including the way they treat women, homosexuals and people of other religions/atheists, so who are we to say it isn't a good idea and should not be brought back? After all back then and in fundamentalist muslim countries things were/are going so well. Beacons of human rights, peace and equalty...

Anonymous said...

Yes, I have made my decision and I stand by it and I live in THIS COUNTRY, unlike others who comment here and don't know a thing about the American justice system or the way it which it works but
will constantly criticize and make
"stuff up," just to prove a point, which is often ridiculous.

trampadoo said...

@Anon 11:29 PM:

I have lived in your country and know enough about your justice system, thank you very much. And I can criticize your country as much as I want and there is nothing you can do about it. And sorry to tell you, one does not need to make stuff up to find plenty to criticize.
But talking about making stuff up: still waiting for your declaration that Chris is going to take over the 8 PM time slot to come true after he filled in for Anderson twice. That and many of your other ridiculous claims. XD

Now you should take a look at your justice system. Luckily it does NOT cater to your primitive Sharia fantasies. :)