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Iraq War / McCain Visit #856710

CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 02, 2007
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(Studio: John Roberts) Senator John McCain's visit to Iraq introduced.

(Baghdad: Michael Ware) The situation in Iraq at the time of the Congressional visit to Baghdad reviewed; photos shown; details given of the security, the military surge in the capital, the casualties of the day, the sectarian violence outside Baghdad; scenes shown of mourners of the sectarian violence. [McCAIN - says the American people are not getting the full picture of Iraq.] [In response to Iraqi reporter, McCAIN - says there are encouraging signs.] What went on at McCain's brief press conference, how his visit became a political landmark for him, what McCain could have done that was "real" discussed.

Roberts, John;
Ware, Michael

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