Brian Williams Reports: The Reunion - The President and His Men, 20 Years After the Gulf War

Synopsis: On the 20th anniversary of the Gulf War, President George Bush brought together key members of his foreign policy team for a round table discussion.
Genre: Documentary
60 min

It's due tomorrow.

- What's due tomorrow?

- My paper.

What My Dad Does for a Living.

It's due tomorrow.

Oh, yeah.

I own a company

that owns a lot of other companies.

- What kind of companies?

- Retail mostly.

Clothes, shoes, pharmaceuticals,

some high-tech stuff.

Okay, but what do you actually do?

I make money.

And it's difficult to explain

to someone your age.

Despite everything...

...I love you, Daddy.

Up and at them.

Hey, Jimmy.

You're on your way, Dougie.

Good luck.


All right.

My man.

- Thanks.

- Right, man.

- Good luck.

- Get up, get up. It's Dougie's day.

He's getting out. Let's go. Get up.

Hey, Dougie's going. Come on, get up.

Let's go, guys. One, two, three.

Let's go.

I don't know why, guys,

but I'm gonna miss you.

For about five minutes.


Later, Dad.

Well, you won't be seeing much more

of me anytime soon.

- Are you sure?

- That's my girl, man.

That karma will come back to you.

- Baby.

- Baby.

- Baby.

- Thank you.


I missed you.

Baby, before we wear the paint

off the hood of the car...

...let's take this somewhere

with a mattress.

Oh, baby, this came for you today.

Registered mail. Looked important.

Baby, what's the matter?

- Hey...

- My father's dead.

I thought you were an orphan.

Even orphans have fathers somewhere.

No, Ma,

I don't care what your landlady said.

What did the...? Ma, what did the...?

Ma, what did the doctor say?

Any chance I could talk you

out of a smoke?

No chance in hell. Walk away.

Look, I'm sorry. I'm sorry, Mommy.

I'm sorry.

You're telling me

that you're going back to a guy...

...who's idea of romance

is two-for-one night at the dog track?

I'm right here, okay?

And I treat you like a goddess.

What do you mean,

"maybe that's my problem"?

Hey, I can be a bad boy too

if that's what gets you off.

Hold on, I'm getting another call!

No, no, sweetheart, no, no, no.

I'm just... I'm being a bad boy, okay?

It was like the role play...

Just hold on, I'm sorry. Hold on.

Make it quick, okay?

What do you mean Rodriguez is gone?

Do you mean "gone" gone?

Because if that's the "gone"

you're talking about...

...I would appreciate it if you drove

down here and shot me in the face!

Because it would be very comforting

for me to be dead right now!

- Mikey.

- Hey, Leo, special delivery.

Thanks. Look...

...Rodriguez is the biggest bail

that I have ever laid out... my entire life-sucking,

miserable career and...

Hold on a second.

You know what? It's only money.

Come on, buddy, what...?

Son of a...

Jimmy, it's a hit! Get on the floor!

- All right, come on. Let's go.

- All right, all right. All right.

- Get inside.

- Let's go.

Nicely done, boys. Let's giddyup.

My God, man.

But you did hit that son of a b*tch sweet.

But did you have to jack him up

on national TV?

- I was frustrated.

- Frustrated?

You look like the poster boy

for bipolar disorder.

This guy rapes a 10-year-old

and gets off.

I got a 10-year-old.

How I wish you'd have killed him. It would

take the sting out of losing my best cop.

I need your gun, et cetera.

I will try to clean this up

and get you back on the job ASAP.

- Sorry, cap.

- Sam, your sister called.

She wanted you to call right back.

They expect him to do a lot of reading?

Leo, the undertaker thought

it made him look more natural.

I can't read it when it's hot.

By the pool on Vegas,

I don't know how they do it.

We're talking Baghdad hot

where you're going, old man.

- It's a dry heat.

- Will you please show some respect.

I need quiet when I read.

He should have plenty of that.

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