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CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 11, 2008
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[In Los Angeles, Senator Hillary CLINTON - jokes about a marriage proposal.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The presidential election campaign updated; scenes shown of Senator Barack Obama in Las Vegas, Senator John McCain in South Carolina, former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani in Florida and Mitt Romney in Michigan.

(Washington: Joe Johns) The issue of the economy in the campaign examined; details given about the nation's economic problems, of the poll numbers and the perspectives of the Republicans and Democrats on solutions for the economy. [Yesterday, ROMNEY - speaks about a recession.] [Yesterday, McCAIN - says we have to cut spending.] [Mike HUCKABEE - calls for a fair tax.] [CLINTON - comments on invisible Americans.] [OBAMA - speaks about tax breaks.] [Monday, former Senator John EDWARDS - states the case for the middle class.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with politico.com Jonathan Martin. [In Washington, MARTIN - outlines what Clinton proposes about mortgages, subsidies, tax rebates, unemployment benefits; comments on how the people are asking questions to the candidates about the economy; offers views on the racial issue involving the Clintons and how politics are at work here with African Americans.] Other material: [On Al Sharpton's radio shown, former President Bill CLINTON - comments about Obama.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Johns, Joe
Duration:
00:07:30

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