ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 30, 2008
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(New Orleans: David Muir) The ending of the Edwards campaign and the Giuliani campaign featured; scenes shown of Edwards in the Lower Ninth Ward in New Orleans. [In speech, EDWARDS - says our Democratic Party will make history.] [Senator Hillary CLINTON - says poverty needs to be on the top of the list.] [Senator Barack OBAMA - says the cause lives on.] [In interview, EDWARDS - says he will make a decision about endorsing.] [Elizabeth EDWARDS - jokes about John's support.] The problems with the Giuliani campaign that staked the future on Florida noted. [On the plane, GIULIANI; former Giuliani campaign fund-raising vice chairman Annie DICKERSON- comment on the campaign.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(Simi Valley: Ron Claiborne) The endorsement of Senator John McCain by Giuliani after the Florida primary featured. [GIULIANI - says he is proud to endorse McCain.] [McCAIN - talks about his Florida victory.] [ROMNEY - says he likes his chances.] [ABC political contributor Matthew DOWD- says now McCain will answer to no one.] [On his radio show, Rush LIMBAUGH- says McCain is not the choice of conservatives.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) The campaign by Democrats in states holding primaries on Super Tuesday reported. [OBAMA - says the Clintons are building a bridge back to the 20th century.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson; Washington: George Stephanopoulos) Obama's taunting of the Clintons in this tough speech, Hillary's response and who will be helped by the withdrawal of Edwards discussed.
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