NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 28, 2004
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(Boston: Tom Brokaw) Barack Obama, last night’s keynote speaker at the Democratic National Convention and a senate candidate from Illinois, profiled. [Last night, OBAMA – comments on his parents and his background; speaks about hope.] [In interview, OBAMA – comments on being comfortable in both the black & white cultures; expresses his view on the war in Iraq; comments on trying drugs during his “errant adolescence” described in his book “Dreams from My Father.”]
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