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Campaign 2008 / On the Trail / Iowa #861584

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 26, 2007
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(Studio: David Muir) The campaigning by the presidential candidates this Memorial Day weekend reported; scenes shown of former Senator John Edwards in Iowa.

(Studio: David Muir) The debate over the importance of campaigning in Iowa examined; details given about the memo from Senator Hillary Clinton's camp suggesting bypassing Iowa and the campaigning by the three leading Republicans. [In Iowa, CLINTON - campaigns.] ["Des Moines Register" political consultant David YEPSEN†- calls the leaked memo "stupid."] Maps shown of the January and February 5 primaries. [Former presidential candidate retired Gen. Wesley CLARK†- speaks about his mistake {in 2004} re: Iowa.] [EDWARDS - says no one will skip Iowa.] [IOWAN - comments.]

Muir, David

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