2008 Presidential Campaign Politics
Newt Gingrich and Mario Cuomo talked about issues facing presidential candidates in the 2008 election, moderated by Tim Russert. In… read more
Newt Gingrich and Mario Cuomo talked about issues facing presidential candidates in the 2008 election, moderated by Tim Russert. In the belief that national and international issues facing presidential candidates deserve full discussion and analysis in the style of Lincoln’s time, Gingrich and Cuomo issued a challenge to all declared presidential candidates to come to the Great Hall and address the American public in the same manner Lincoln did 147 years ago when he delivered his “Right Makes Might” address at The Cooper Union. Gingrich and Cuomo each spoke for 30 minutes, following by 30 minutes of audience members' questions. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Gingrich, Newton "Newt" Leroy Senior Fellow American Enterprise Institute
- Holzer, Harold Senior Vice President Metropolitan Museum of Art->External Affairs
- Russert, Tim Moderator NBC->"Meet the Press"
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