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Campaign 2008 / Polls / Clinton Interview #879012

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 26, 2007
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(Concord, New Hampshire: Katie Couric) The standings in New Hampshire and Iowa in a CBS/"New York Times" poll of Democratic presidential candidates Senators Hillary Clinton and Senator Barack Obama cited. [OBAMA - comments.]

(Concord, New Hampshire: Katie Couric) CBS News exclusive interview with Clinton presented. [CLINTON - says she has absorbed a lot of "persistent" attacks so she has to respond and draw the contrasts; comments on Oprah Winfrey campaigning with Obama and her husband supporting and campaigning for her; states she would be the best president and has not considered not being the Democratic nominee.]

(Concord, New Hampshire: Katie Couric) A series of special campaign interviews announced.

Couric, Katie

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