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(Studio: John King) The announcement that Oprah Winfrey will campaign for presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama reported.
(Washington: Tom Foreman) Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's efforts to fight his way back in the polls while Mitt Romney is pounding him on the immigration issue; the reasons for the brief Senate session today; Obama's speaking against drugs and alcohol; what is in White House press secretary Scott McClellan's tell-all book about the Valerie Plame case and President Bush's pardoning of the turkeys reported.
(Studio: John King) Next week's CNN/YouTube debate previewed; viewer videotape shown.
- King, John;
- Foreman, Tom
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