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Campaign 2008 / Democrats / Bill Clinton #883257

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jan 21, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The Democrats, Senators Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and former Senator John Edwards, all shown together in Columbia, South Carolina.

(Studio: Dan Harris) The nasty spat between former President Bill Clinton and Obama examined; details given about Clinton's series of outbursts and about the Clintons' "psychodrama" marriage. [At a Dr. Martin Luther King event B. CLINTON, Atlanta Mayor Shirley FRANKLIN†- speak.] [Earlier, CLINTON - calls it {the Obama campaign} a "fairy tale"; comments on Obama's derisive statements about Hillary; says Obama has said Republicans have all the good ideas.] [OBAMA - comments on confronting Clinton.] ["Time" magazine Mark HALPERIN†- assesses Bill Clinton's approach to the race.] [Eleanor Holmes NORTON, presidential historian Richard Norton SMITH†- offer views on reining in Bill.]

Gibson, Charles;
Harris, Dan

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