Scandal Fatigue NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr examines what he calls "scandal fatigue." From the trials of President Clinton, to questions about George W. Bush's alleged drug use, Shorr says people are growing weary, and somewhat complacent, about the current wave of scandals in, and out, of government.
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Scandal Fatigue

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Scandal Fatigue

Scandal Fatigue

Scandal Fatigue

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NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr examines what he calls "scandal fatigue." From the trials of President Clinton, to questions about George W. Bush's alleged drug use, Shorr says people are growing weary, and somewhat complacent, about the current wave of scandals in, and out, of government.