Brin·kley (brĭngʹklē), David. Born 1920.
American radio and television news broadcaster. During his career with the National Broadcasting Company (1943-1981), he served as co-anchor of their nightly newscast (1956-1970). In 1981, he joined the American Broadcasting Company as a political commentator.

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