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Campaign 2008 / Democrats / Debate Fact Check #883318

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 22, 2008
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[In last night's debate, Senator Hillary CLINTON, Senator Barack OBAMA - bicker.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Fred Thompson's dropping out of the Republican race for the presidency reported; scenes shown of Senator John McCain, Mitt Romney, former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and Mike Huckabee and former Senator John Edwards on the campaign trail. [Today, CLINTON - says Obama was looking for a fight.] [OBAMA - responds.]

(Washington: Joe Johns) A fact check about last night's Clinton-Obama debate presented; details given about Clinton's role with Wal-Mart, Obama's link to Illinois guy Tony Rezco†† and Obama's vote record in the state legislature. [OBAMA - accuses Hillary of working for Wal-Mart.] [CLINTON - accuses Obama of representing a slumlord.] [OBAMA - defends his actions as a Chicago lawyer.] [CLINTON - comments on Obama's vote pattern.] [OBAMA - responds.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Johns, Joe
Duration:
00:05:20

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