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Campaign 2008 / Clinton and Race #882320

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jan 11, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(New York: Kate Snow) The issue of politics and race attributed to Senator Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton examined; details given about the response to Bill's "fairy tale" comment about Senator Barack Obama's campaign. [On Monday and on the radio with Al Sharpton, B. CLINTON - calls it a "fairy tale."] [On Fox, H. CLINTON - comments on Dr. Martin Luther King's dream.] [Today, H. CLINTON - calls the accusations divisive.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) The announcement by staffers for former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani that they will give up their January paychecks and the endorsement of Obama by Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano† reported.

Gibson, Charles;
Snow, Kate

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