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     COMMENTS: Gibsonís Thirty Four Years

Monday World News' soon-to-retire anchor Charles Gibson began his retrospective of his career at ABC News with a tribute to the politicians of his hometown in the District of Columbia. Now Gibson relives some of the history to which he has been eyewitness over the last 34 years. The two "most memorable" stories of his entire career both occurred during its final decade--the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001, which he covered from his desk at Good Morning America; and, from Election Headquarters, the victory of Barack Obama last November.

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