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George W. Bush State of the Union Address #883566

MSNBC Special for Monday, Jan 28, 2008

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  • Live MSNBC coverage and analysis of President George W. Bush's State of the Union address, and the Democratic response by Governor Kathleen Sebelius.
  • Analysis includes the participation of Howard Fineman of "Newsweek", Margaret Carlson of Bloomberg News, Eugene Robinson of "The Washington Post", MSNBC political analysts Rachel Maddow and Pat Buchanan, and presidential historian Michael Beschloss, and interviews with Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama, Sen. Jim Webb, Sen. Joe Biden, former White House Chief of Staff Andy Card, Rep. Adam Putnam, and Michelle Bernard of the "Independent Women's Voice".
  • Reporter(s):
    MItchell, Andrea;
    Russert, Tim;
    Williams, Brian;
    Gregory, David

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