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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Washington: Candy Crowley) How Senator Hillary Clinton won the primary races in Texas and Ohio examined; night call TV ad and the parodies on "Saturday Night Live" shown; details given about her criticism of Senator Barack Obama on NAFTA and the corruption trail of an Illinois Obama fund raiser. [CLINTON - campaigns against Obama.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The division of delegates in last night's results noted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's John King, David Gergen, Amy Holmes and Roland Martin about the Democratic race. [GERGEN - analyzes the last-minute vote in both states that went for Clinton and showed going negative helped her raise some doubts about him; comments on Obama's "new politics" argument.] [MARTIN - outlines what Obama will have to do and challenge on her on the foreign policy issue.] [HOLMES - comments on Obama's unwillingness to be specific.] [KING - says Obama coasted too long.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Crowley, Candy
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