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Campaign 2008 / The Republicans / McCain / A Discussion #884099

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 28, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Excerpts played from the earlier interview with Senator John McCain. [From Tampa, McCAIN - criticizes Mitt Romney's negative ads and weak record as Michigan governor; comments on Romney's April 3 statement about a timetable for Iraq.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Amy Holmes and John King and former McCain spokesman Dan Schnur about McCain and Romney. [HOLMES, SCHNUR - assess the Romney-McCain dispute over Iraq and how neither is the ideal conservative candidate.] [KING - says McCain is hoping for a high turnout of votes from veterans in Florida.] [GERGEN - explains how winning Florida would help McCain.] [SCHNUR - lists the key vote blocs for Romney and McCain in Florida.]

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