Brokaw rather regrets remark

Elvin, John
November 1996
Insight on the News;11/11/96, Vol. 12 Issue 42, p34
Focuses on the accusation laid by NBC journalist Tom Brokaw against CBS rival Dan Rather for serving as vehicle for fabricated tales concocted by White House official Donald Rumsfeld. Taping of Brokaw's comments through a satellite feed; Airing of remarks on the cable show `Wild Feed TV.'


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