The Robert MacNeil Report

Season 3 Episode 1

A Tribute to Robert MacNeil

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Aired Weekdays 6:00 PM Oct 20, 1995 on PBS
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A Tribute to Robert MacNeil
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President Clinton has no choice but to veto the giant deficit reduction bill known as "reconciliation", says syndicated columnist Mark Shields. Shields joins "Wall Street Journal" columnist Paul Gigot in a discussion with Jim Lehrer about the Capitol Hill budget battle, and Clinton's reversal of his own 1993 plan to reduce the deficit. After 20 years on the air together, Jim Lehrer discusses the past and the future with Robert MacNeil as MacNeil prepares to leave the NewsHour.moreless

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    Mark Shields

    Mark Shields

    Himself - Commenator

    Jim Lehrer

    Jim Lehrer

    Himself - Co Anchor

    Charlayne Hunter-Gault

    Charlayne Hunter-Gault

    Himself- Correspondent

    Elizabeth Farnsworth

    Elizabeth Farnsworth

    Senior Correspondent

    Robert MacNeil

    Robert MacNeil

    Himself _ Co Anchor

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      • ROBERT MacNEIL: Amen. Amen.

        JIM LEHRER: Hey, Robin.

        ROBERT MacNEIL: I guess that's it.

        JIM LEHRER: Hey! Good night, Robin.

        ROBERT MacNEIL: Good night, Jim.

        ROBERT MacNEIL: Finally, I'd just like to say to the audience how grateful I am to public television nationally and to all the 300 local stations who carry us for the opportunity you've given me to work in a manner I could be proud of when I went home every night. But that applies equally to our viewers. Without you, no program. There are now some 5 million of you a night, and you express a loyalty to this program of a quality I've never experienced anywhere else. Thank you for understanding what we do. You'll find all the same values there on Monday night and in the years ahead. Thanks and good night.

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