Margaret Brennan: George H. W. Bush's Leadership
Moderator of CBS New's Face the Nation, Margaret Brennan talk to legendary Bob Schieffer, Jerry Seib, and Susan Page to discuss the meaning of George H.W. Bush's legacy on the world stage and to the American people.
In this video clip from Face the Nation Margaret moderates a discussion between the journalists who all extensively covered George H.W. Bush, expertly facilitating the conversation to reflect upon his leadership with topics including multilateralism, working with allies, as well as his domestic legacy.
Margaret Brennan goes in-depth on pressing issues with the biggest names in politics and media each week. She also contributes to all CBS News broadcasts, serving as their senior foreign affairs correspondent. She is known for her tough but fair reporting, news-making interviews, and two-decades of experience covering domestic politics, foreign affairs, and economic news. In speeches, Brennan’s fact-based and balanced delivery provides audiences with a fast-paced, captivating overview of the biggest stories driving our 24-hour news cycle, leaving audiences feeling smarter and with a better grasp of the breaking news shaping Washington, our country, and the world.
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Moderator of CBS News’ Face The Nation & CBS News’ Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent