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Campaign 2008 / Clinton / CNN Interview #877164

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 06, 2007
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[In MSNBC presidential candidates' debate, Senators Barack OBAMA, Chris DODD; John EDWARDS - criticize Senator Hillary Clinton.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Findings of the new CNN poll of Clinton's slipping lead cited.

(Newton, Iowa: Candy Crowley) A Clinton interview presented. [In speeches, CLINTON - talks about why she is running and what women want.] [CLINTON - admits it was not her top debate; says being attacked is what happens in campaigns; comments on her strong support, how it is exciting to be running to become the first woman president.] [At Wellesley College, CLINTON - talks about the "all-boys club of presidential politics."]

Cooper, Anderson;
Crowley, Candy

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