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'''Sam Donaldson''' (b. 1934) is a well-known [[American Broadcasting Company|ABC]] News reporter, correspondent, and anchor who gained notice for his tough questioning in press conferences during the U.S. presidential administration of [[Ronald Reagan]]. Donaldson went on to become co-anchor of ''PrimeTime Live'' with [[Diane Sawyer]] as well as a regular panelist on ''This Week with David Brinkley''.
 
'''Sam Donaldson''' (b. 1934) is a well-known [[American Broadcasting Company|ABC]] News reporter, correspondent, and anchor who gained notice for his tough questioning in press conferences during the U.S. presidential administration of [[Ronald Reagan]]. Donaldson went on to become co-anchor of ''PrimeTime Live'' with [[Diane Sawyer]] as well as a regular panelist on ''This Week with David Brinkley''.
  
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Sam Donaldson (b. 1934) is a well-known ABC News reporter, correspondent, and anchor who gained notice for his tough questioning in press conferences during the U.S. presidential administration of Ronald Reagan. Donaldson went on to become co-anchor of PrimeTime Live with Diane Sawyer as well as a regular panelist on This Week with David Brinkley.