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Campaign 2008 / Democrats #887054

ABC Evening News for Monday, Mar 03, 2008
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(Dallas: Charles Gibson) The race for the Democratic nomination in Texas and Ohio introduced.

(Beaumont, Texas: Kate Snow) Senator Hillary Clinton's campaign featured; scenes shown of Hillary with the crowds and at a Jeep factory; Canadian consulate memo about Senator Barack Obama and NAFTA quoted. [CLINTON - campaigns; says this raises question about Obama, NAFTA and what his adviser told the Canadian government.] [Canada's Prime Minister Stephen HARPER†- expresses regret about the Obama information.] [OBAMA - says Clinton championed NAFTA.]

(San Antonio: David Wright) Obama's campaign featured; details given about the issues for which Obama is being scrutinized; scenes shown of mayhem at a press conference. [OBAMA - comments on his campaign and winning states and delegates; says the Clinton campaign is employing a kitchen sink strategy.]

Gibson, Charles;
Snow, Kate;
Wright, David

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