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Campaign 2008 / Democratic Debate #876717

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 31, 2007
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The eighth Democratic presidential candidates' debate introduced.

(Washington: David Wright) The other Democrats' targeting of Senator Hillary Clinton featured; scenes shown from the MSNBC debate where her credibility was questioned. [Senator Barack OBAMA, former Senator John EDWARDS - joke and criticize Hillary.] [CLINTON - responds.] [ABC political analyst Mark HALPERIN†- cites Hillary's vulnerability of being too political.] Statement from Hillary's campaign on her statements last night about New York state's moves on drivers licenses for illegal immigrants noted.

Gibson, Charles;
Wright, David

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