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Campaign 2008 / "New York Times" / Democrats / Bernstein Interview #883603

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 24, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the endorsement by the "New York Times" of Senator Hillary Clinton and Senator John McCain at a crucial time in the presidential election campaign reported; editorial quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Democratic race in South Carolina introduced.

(Columbia: Candy Crowley) The slightly mellower finals days of the Clinton campaign in South Carolina featured; details given about the one-day radio ad against Senator Barack Obama and another ad from former President Bill Clinton [B. CLINTON, H. CLINTON - campaign.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN contributor "A Woman in Charge" author Carl Bernstein about the tone of the Clinton campaign. [BERNSTEIN - says Democrats see what Bill is doing as destructive and over the line and that the Clintons will stop at nothing; states this {what Bill is doing} has knocked Obama off his game; reiterates there is concern within the party about the truthfulness of the Clintons.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Representative Dennis Kucinich reported dropping out of race; scenes shown of former Senator John Edwards campaigning in South Carolina.

Cooper, Anderson;
Crowley, Candy

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