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Campaign 2004 / Democratic Convention / Day One Review #760704

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 26, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) How the Democratic National Convention played out today presented. [New Mexico Governor Bill RICHARDSON - calls the convention to order.] [Former Vice President Al GORE - speaks about did you get what you expected from President Bush, the critical challenge in Iraq & how the war has been managed by the administration.] [Mother of 9/11 victim Haleema SALIE†- speaks about a light in the darkness.] [Former President Jimmy CARTER - speaks about America after 9/11 & how the good will has been squandered by mistakes & miscalculations.] [Senator Hillary CLINTON - speaks about having the courage to act on our convictions.] [Former President Bill CLINTON - speaks about the next 100 days for Senator John Kerry; says we don't need a divided America.]

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Brown, Aaron
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00:04:50

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