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Obama-Clinton Interview / The Relationship / A Discussion #1037644

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 25, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The joint interview of President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to be aired on "60 Minutes" on the eve of her replacement by Senator John Kerry as Secretary of State introduced. [OBAMA - says he wants to thank Hillary for being a fine Secretary of State.] [CLINTON - recalls their long, hard primary campaign, but it is politics.]

(Washington: Kate Bolduan) The Obama-Clinton partnership and friendship reviewed; scenes shown from their 2008 presidential election debate. [Clinton aide Philippe REINES†- says initially she did not believe the Secretary of State offer and came close to turning it down; recalls how they became closer at a conference in Denmark.] ["Foreign Affairs" reporter Elise LABOTT†- says we expected a division between the two.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's John King and Candy Crowley about the Obama-Clinton relationship. [CROWLEY - speculates about their seemingly good relationship; explains why she doubts Hillary will run for president in 2012.] [KING - says they formed a partnership where they both trust each other; speculates about whether she will run for president or want to get back on the campaign trail.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The clarity of Clinton's glasses to correct double vision after her fall noted.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Bolduan, Kate
Duration:
00:12:10

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