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Campaign 2004 / Bush vs. Kerry / The Economy / Harwood Interview #751348

CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 26, 2004
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(Studio: Daryn Kagan) Report introduced.

(Washington: Kelly Wallace) The campaign promise from Senator John Kerry to create more jobs featured; scenes shown from the battleground state of Michigan; details given of his economic goals. [KERRY - calls for lower corporate taxes; says President Bush is the first to lose jobs since Herbert Hoover.] [In response to a comment, BUSH - says jobs is the most important issue.] Why Bush went to the key state of new Mexico discussed.

(Studio: Daryn Kagan) Live interview held with "Wall Street Journal" Bill Harwood about the presidential campaign & the economy. [From Washington, HARWOOD - says Kerry got an advantage this week with the attacks {by Richard Clarke} on the administration's credibility; states the polls put jobs & the economy at the top of the list, but this is a different country since September 11; comments on the economic plans of both candidates, including their views on taxes.]

Kagan, Daryn;
Wallace, Kelly

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