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Campaign 2004 / Democratic Convention / A Discussion #760982

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 28, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live discussion held with "National Review"'s Jonah Goldberg & "Washington Post" Howard Kurtz about how the Democratic National Convention is being covered by the media. [KURTZ - says the most underplayed story is the speech by Teresa Heinz Kerry, who did not "sell" her husband, Senator John Kerry; states how viewers get their impressions from snippets of the media coverage of the convention.] [GOLDBERG - says the convention is "fake" & an infomercial; criticizes the Republican 2000 connvention; notes the low television ratings.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Singer John Mellencamp shown performing.

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