Wolf Blitzer Reports at 5 p.m. & 7 p.m. ET
on Wednesday, January 9, 2002
From Wolf Blitzer Reports
Wolf Blitzer Reports Wednesday
Today, on both editions of Wolf Blitzer Reports, we will
have the latest developments in the war in Afghanistan.
As you may have heard, a United States Marine Corps
aerial refueling plane crashed today in Pakistan. We
will have all the latest details from our reporters on
the scene and at the Pentagon.
During our 5 PM (EST) program, I will get analysis
from retired U.S. Air Force Major General Don Shepperd
and the former Clinton national security adviser,
Samuel Berger. I will also speak with Congressman
Darrell Issa of California. It was in his district
where authorities discovered an employee at a nuclear
facility had lots of guns and ammunition in his home.
How vulnerable are America's nuclear facilities?
I will ask Issa.
On our 7 PM (EST) War Room program, we will assess the
state of the military campaign with three guests:
Rep. Porter Goss, chairman of the House Intelligence
Committee; Paul Bremer, the former U.S. ambassador at
large for counter-terrorism; and Robert Oakley, the
former U.S. ambassador to Pakistan.
And just click on http://www.CNN.com/Wolf to read my
column: "Bush and Kennedy: The Ultimate Odd Couple."
Please join me today and every weekday at both 5 and
7 PM (EST).
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