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Politics / Coulter vs. Edwards #860337

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Mar 03, 2007
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Conservative commentator Ann Coulter’s use of an anti-gay slur when referring to Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards featured; Coulter’s earlier comments on 9/11 widows quoted; footage shown of Coulter making controversial remarks; Edwards’ Website response quoted. [COULTER - jokes about Edwards and the word "faggot."] [On “Today,” COULTER – says interviewer Matt Lauer is “getting testy.”] Coulter’s explanation to the "New York Times" and responses from Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean, Senator John McCain, Governor Mitt Romney and americablog.com quoted. CPAC poll findings on Republican presidential candidates cited.
Sanchez, Rick

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