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McCain Interview #1032384

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 17, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) An excerpt from the October 7, 2008, presidential debate between Senators Barack Obama and John McCain shown. The McCain interview presented. [McCAIN - explains why people are turned off by the exchange of barbs between the two debate candidates; comments on what the administration said about the attack on the US consulate in Libya that was led by Al Qaeda terrorists; states the question is what the president knew about Libya and when he knew it; speaks about events in Syria with the failure of American leadership in the area; notes the US should be supplying weapons to the rebels in Syria.]
Cooper, Anderson

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