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Campaign 2008 / Democratic Debate / A Discussion #884318

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 31, 2008
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[In response to a question from Wolf Blitzer at the Democratic California debate, Senator Barack OBAMA, Hillary CLINTON - offer views on a Clinton-Obama/Obama-Clinton ticket and this "extraordinary campaign."]

(Los Angeles: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Carl Bernstein, Jeffrey Toobin, David Gergen, Bill Bennett, Gloria Borger and John King about the Democratic debate. [BERNSTEIN, TOOBIN, GERGEN, BENNETT, BORGER - speculate about the chance of a Clinton-Obama/Obama-Clinton ticket.] [BENNETT - outlines the Iraq war and the "cleaning up" issue.] [BORGER - says both candidates are reaching out to John Edwards.] [KING - says Obama did have an answer to the question about the Clinton days in the White House.] Debate material: [In response to a question about Bushes and Clintons in the White House, CLINTON - explains she can be an agent of change because we are all judged on our own merits.]

Cooper, Anderson

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