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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live interview held with Senator Hillary Clinton after her victory in Florida despite questions about the Florida delegates. [In Davie, Florida, CLINTON - says she is thrilled by the primary turnout; states she will push to get the Florida delegates seated; comments on her relationship with Senator John McCain and how she wants an election about specifics; talks about her husband as a promoter and defender and takes responsibility for her own campaign; offers her view on the "state of the union" and how she hears a lot of insecurity from the people; outlines what she would do on the first day of her presidency.]
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live analysis about Clinton presented. [In Washington, Democratic strategist Donna BRAZILE - comments on the delegate process and how Florida can comply with the rules and how a win in Florida help Clinton.]
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) The outcome of the Republican primary in Florida with a win by Senator John McCain reviewed; graph shown.
- Blitzer, Wolf
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