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Campaign 2008 / McCain #887319

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 05, 2008
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[Last night, Senator John McCAIN - says he will be the Republican nominee.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's John King, David Gergen, Amy Holmes and Roland Martin about McCain versus the Democrats. [HOLMES - says the Democratic fight has to help McCain.] [MARTIN - indicates the Democrats will dominate the headlines, so McCain has to figure out how to get his message out; outlines how McCain could get some of the black vote if Clinton gets the nomination.] [KING - speculates about the Democrats and whether they will hurt themselves.] [GERGEN - suggests McCain can have a creative period.] Other material: poll figures on potential races of McCain versus Senator Barack Obama or Senator Hillary Clinton shown.

Cooper, Anderson

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