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Campaign 2008 / After New Hampshire / Clinton Interview #881965

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 09, 2008
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(Studio: Katie Couric) The upcoming primaries for the 2008 presidential candidates after New Hampshire noted.

(New York: Dean Reynolds) The historic comeback in New Hampshire for Senator Hillary Clinton featured; scenes shown of candidates and crowds. [CLINTON - says she found her own voice.] ["Rothenberg Political Report" Stuart ROTHENBERG†- says Hillary touched the people.] [Senator Barack OBAMA - congratulates Clinton; campaigns.] Findings of the CBS News exit polls on how Clinton and Obama did with independent voters, registered Democrats and women cited.

(Studio and Chappaqua, New York: Katie Couric) A morning interview with Clinton presented; various scenes shown from Manchester. [CLINTON - says she felt something was happening despite the polls in fiercely independent New Hampshire; comments on her emotional "moment" on Monday, her view that politics is not a game and being "Hillary unplugged"; explains her message about change and leading; tells an anecdote about meeting Jimmy Carter in 1975.]

(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(Detroit: Kelly Cobiella) The Republican campaign after the come-from-behind win in New Hampshire for Republican Senator John McCain reviewed; scenes shown from the campaign trails in Michigan and South Carolina. [McCAIN - campaigns.] [Mitt ROMNEY - says he will win Michigan.] [Mike HUCKABEE - campaigns.] [Michigan resident Jerry LINTZ†- speaks about the economy.]

(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(Washington: Bob Schieffer) Where the campaign goes from here for Huckabee, Fred Thompson, former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and Clinton with Super Tuesday on February 5 previewed.

Couric, Katie;
Reynolds, Dean;
Cobiella, Kelly;
Schieffer, Bob

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