What Year Was It?

Jake Tapper takes a look back in history.
3:00 | 08/19/12

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Your voice this week is coming right up but first. Three moments from this week history what year was it. Who can join me in -- -- confirm. Judge who. This senate blocked the nomination of Robert Bork to the Supreme Court Robert -- -- shown that he is hostile to the rule of law. And the role of the courts -- protecting individual that congress and the Tower Commission investigated Iran. Scandal that I didn't think the laws have been broken but possibly -- I wouldn't launched a criminal investigation. And mr. Gorbachev. -- down this wall. President Reagan be the most famous declaration of his presidency if you seek peace. If you seek prosperity for the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe mr. Gorbachev. Open this case. -- was in 1986. 1987. -- nineteen. So what year was it when did congress block the Supreme Court nomination of Robert Bork and President Reagan -- famous ultimatum to the Soviet Union. It was 25 years ago. 1987. And now we honor our fellow Americans who serve and -- -- This week the Pentagon release the names of ten soldiers and Marines killed in Afghanistan. We ran out of time this morning but your voice will return next Sunday so that's all for today thanks for -- part of your Sunday with -- check out. World -- the David -- tonight George Stephanopoulos we'll see you back here next week.

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