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Raw Politics (Campaign 2008) #854885

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 15, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A raw politics story introduced.

(Iowa: Candy Crowley) The question of whether Senator John McCain, the maverick candidate in 2000, can turn into a viable Republican candidate in 2008; Democratic Party head Howard Dean's statement about reaching out; Senator Barack Obama's promise not to raise issues about others' marital standings and Senator Hillary Clinton's correction to a statement from Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Peter Pace about homosexuality examined; scenes shown of McCain's "Straight Talk Express" bus. [McCAIN - says he is the same as before.] What McCain {not} said about Pace's candidate discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Crowley, Candy

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