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(Studio: Soledad O'Brien) Report introduced.
(Washington: Candy Crowley) Last night's Democratic presidential candidates' debate in Las Vegas that was Senator Hillary Clinton's night reviewed; excerpts shown, including audience booing. [Senators CLINTON, Barack OBAMA, former Senator John EDWARDS - bicker over universal health care.]
(Studio: Soledad O'Brien) Live discussion held with CNN Crowley, John King and former presidential adviser David Gergen about the debate. [CROWLEY - outlines the missed chances by Obama; talks about Obama being very deliberative and not doing well in debate; assesses Senator Joseph Biden's laid-back campaign.] [KING - outlines the missed chances by Edwards.] [GERGEN - says Hillary stopped the bleeding last night, that Obama has a good organization while the danger for Edwards it could become a two-person race; comments on the strong performances last night by Biden, New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson and Senator Chris Dodd, who have been locked into the back of the pack.] Debate material: [BIDEN - jokes about "these guys."]
- O'Brien, Soledad;
- Crowley, Candy
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