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America's Most Admired / Clinton #718435

NBC Evening News for Monday, Dec 30, 2002
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The annual poll naming Senator Hillary Clinton as the nation's "most admired" woman noted.

(Washington: Norah O'Donnell) The return of Senator Clinton to the national stage featured. [CLINTON - comments on Senator Trent Lott & the Republican Party's exploitation of race.] [In June, CLINTON - comments on the tax cut.] ["The Rothenberg Political Report" Stuart ROTHENBERG†- says Hillary wants to be a national player.] Findings of a "Time"/CNN poll that Hillary is the most supported Democratic presidential candidate for 2004 cited. [September 15, CLINTON - says she has no plans to run for president.] [Pollster John ZOBGY†- says one-third of the voters hate her.]

Williams, Brian;
O'Donnell, Norah

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