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Campaign 2004 / Bush vs. Kerry / Attack Ads / Remarks #750586

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 11, 2004
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The debate last week over the first TV ads from President Bush's campaign that used images from September 11 recalled.

(White House: John King) Bush's early attack on Democratic opponent Senator John Kerry examined; scenes shown of Bush at a ground-breaking for a September 11 memorial in East Meadow, New York & Bush-Cheney TV ad shown. [KERRY - response to the "Republican attack squad"; comments on Bush's manufacturing czar.] [BUSH - talks about taxes.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Kerry's candid remarks yesterday mentioned.

(Washington: Bob Franken) Kerry's offensive on the day he clinched the Democratic nomination featured. [Representative Tom DeLAY - responds to Kerry's references to "liars & crooks."] [KERRY - says he will not apologize for remarks.] [Kerry campaign senior adviser Michael MEEHAN†- promises to fight back.]

Cooper, Anderson;
King, John;
Franken, Bob

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