ABC Special for Tuesday, Jan 08, 2008
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Live ABC coverage and analysis anchored by Terry Moran (ABC) and Charles Gibson (ABC) re: the results of today’s New Hampshire primaries, including:
Democratic and Republican vote totals, a live discussion between Gibson and George Stephanopoulos (ABC), and analysis by Bianna Golodryga (ABC) re: tonight’s results.
Taped excerpts of speeches earlier this evening by Democratic presidential candidates Sen. Hillary Clinton and Sen. Barack Obama, and Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain.
Live discussions with Moran, Kate Snow (ABC), and John Donvan (ABC) re: Clinton’s unexpected victory in New Hampshire today.
Live discussion with Moran and David Wright (ABC) re: Obama’s failure to finish first in New Hampshire today.
Live discussion with Moran and Ron Claiborne (ABC) re: McCain’s victory in New Hampshire today.
Live discussion with Moran and John Berman (ABC) re: Romney’s second place finish in New Hampshire today.
- Stephanopoulos, George;
- Snow, Kate;
- Donvan, John;
- Wright, David;
- Claiborne, Ron;
- Berman, John;
- Golodryga, Bianna
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