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Democratic Presidential Debate #882158

MSNBC Special for Tuesday, Jan 15, 2008

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  • Live MSNBC coverage and analysis of the Democratic presidential candidates debate at the Cashman Theater in Las Vegas, Nevada, moderated by Brian Williams (NBC), Tim Russert (NBC), and Natalie Morales (NBC), with Democratic presidential candidates former former Sen. John Edwards, Sen. Hillary Clinton, and Sen. Barack Obama.
  • Analysis includes the participation of Clinton campaign advisor Rodney Slater, Obama Senior Strategist David Axelrod, Edwards Senior Advisor Joe Trippi, Romney National Press Secretary Kevin Madden, MSNBC political analyst Pat Buchanan, Air America radio talk show host Rachel Maddow, NBC News Political Director Chuck Todd, Howard Fineman of "Newsweek", and Jonathan Capehart of "The Washington Post", and taped excerpts of speeches earlier this evening by Republican presidential candidates former Governor Mitt Romney and Sen. John McCain following today's Michigan primary.
  • Reporter(s):
    Russert, Tim;
    Morales, Natalie;
    Gregory, David;
    Allen, Ron;
    O'Donnell, Kelly;
    O'Donnell, Norah;
    Mitchell, Andrea
    Duration:
    03:57:00

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