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Campaign 2008 / New Hampshire / Gergen Interview #878613

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 19, 2007
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(Studio: John King) The standings of the Republican presidential candidates in the New Hampshire race cited.

(Studio: John King) Live discussion held with former presidential adviser David Gergen about campaign 2008. [GERGEN - comments on Mitt Romney's solid lead in New Hampshire while former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani has fallen some while Fred Thompson went through the floor in New Hampshire; assesses on which issues the different Republicans get support; speaks about Senator Barack Obama's rise in the Iowa poll at the expense of Senator Hillary Clinton; assesses Clinton-Obama in the caucus race.] Other campaign material: [Former 9/11 chairman Thomas KEAN†- endorses Senator John McCain.] [In Iowa, CLINTON - speaks about the job of president.] Iowa poll standings of the three leading Democratic presidential candidate shown.

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Reporter(s):
King, John
Duration:
00:05:30

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