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Campaign 2008 / On the Trail / Race Card / A Discussion #883108

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 14, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The whereabouts of the Republican and Democratic presidential candidates on the campaign trail reviewed; scenes shown.

(Las Vegas: Candy Crowley) The race card in the Democratic campaign between Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton examined; details given about the remarks made last week by Hillary and former President Bill Clinton. [On "Meet the Press," H. CLINTON; OBAMA - bicker over the interjection of race.] [BET TV founder Bob JOHNSON†- defends the Clintons; criticizes Obama's campaign behavior.] [With Roland Martin on the radio, B. CLINTON - reacts to Johnson's comments.] [H. CLINTON, OBAMA - make moderate statements.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN contributor Martin, Crowley and former presidential adviser David Gergen about the Clinton-Obama racist campaigning. [In Las Vegas, CROWLEY - reviews what Representative Charles Rangel said; predicts the principals will dial it back; states this kind of thing could sway voters.] [MARTIN - reviews what Bill said on his radio show; notes music radio stations are now voicing the campaign.] [In the studio, GERGEN - says Hillary has the most to lose.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Crowley, Candy

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