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Nightline #881141

ABC Special for Thursday, Jan 03, 2008

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Live ABC coverage and analysis anchored by Terry Moran (ABC) and Charles Gibson (ABC) re: the results of this evening’s Iowa caucuses, including:
  • Democratic and Republican caucus totals.
  • Taped excerpts of speeches earlier this evening by Democratic presidential candidates Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. Hillary Clinton.
  • Taped excerpts of interviews with Republican presidential candidate former Governor Mike Huckabee, Democratic presidential candidate former Sen. John Edwards, and Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain.
  • Analysis includes the participation of Democratic strategist Donna Brazile and ABC News commentator George Will.
  • Reporter(s):
    Stephanopoulos, George;
    Wright, David;
    Tapper, Jake;
    Snow, Kate;
    Donvan, John

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