ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 22, 2008
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(Greenville, South Carolina: Kate Snow) The bickering between Democratic presidential candidates Senator Hillary Clinton and Senator Barack Obama the day after their South Carolina debate featured; scenes shown from their arguments during the debate. [CLINTON - says Obama came looking for a fight.] [In debate, OBAMA - speaks about President Ronald Reagan.] [CLINTON - criticizes Obama, the lawyer.] [John EDWARDS - comments.] [In South Carolina, former President Bill CLINTON - says politics is a contact sport.] [Today, on a radio show, voice of OBAMA - responds.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Fred Thompson's dropping out of the Republican race noted.
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