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Campaign 2004 / Dean / Feldman, Reed Interviews #746691

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 21, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Taped interview held with Democratic strategist Mark Feldman† & Republican strategist Scott Reed about the future for presidential candidate Howard Dean after his setback in Iowa & the day before the New Hampshire debate. [From Washington, FELDMAN - says Dean has an opportunity to pull it together after Iowa; compares the situations of Representative Richard Gephardt in Iowa & Dean in New Hampshire.] [From Washington, REED - says after former Vice President Al Gore's endorsement Dean turned into a "process candidate"; comments on Dean's Monday night scary "freak-out"; states Dean has to get back to the issues.]

Brown, Aaron

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