JOE CLARK AND PRESS CONTROVERSY - 1984 - HD Clip ID:
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In Alberta, former prime minister Joe Clark delivers a speech in which he accuses elites and journalists of attempting to thwart the Mulroney government's efforts. Clark singles out reporters with the Toronto Sun and the Toronto Star. A following report about Clark's speech indicates Prime Minister Mulroney reacted negatively to the speech. Clark then denies the report and that Mulroney was not upset. However, Mulroney doesn't accompany Clark on his walk to waiting reporters and later affirms his support for the press and for journalists Doug Fisher and Richard Gwynn. He declines to make a statement about Clark. Mulroney however decPLEASE NOTE - news reporter audio is for reference only and is not available for licensing purposes. Master in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ 29.97fps 1080p. Please note! Some news material contains a ghosted LOGO. All news material offered on our site is authorized for use and will be delivered as presented. However, logo maybe obscured and/or minimalized by you, as desired. eFootage logo and/or visible timecode WILL NOT be present on master material!
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