CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 07, 2008
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(Cheyenne, Wyoming: Jessica Yellin) The Clinton-Obama campaign updated; details given about what an Obama adviser told the BBC about pulling out of Iraq. [CLINTON - criticizes Obama about his campaign to end the war.] [Former Obama adviser Samantha POWER- talks about Iraq. ] Power's resignation after calling Clinton a monster noted. [OBAMA - promises to bring the war to an end; jokes he is tough.] [CNN's David GERGEN - comments.] Statement from Obama campaign manager David Plouffe about Clinton, the "secretive politician," quoted.
(Studio: Soledad O'Brien) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger and Democratic strategists Lanny Davis and Jamal Simmons about the Democrats. [From Washington, BORGER - says Obama has been put on the defensive this week; suggests there is peril for each candidate for being negative.] [SIMMONS - offers perspective on Obama's response to what Power said.] [DAVIS - says there is a pattern about what Obama and his advisors say about issues like Iraq and NAFTA.] [BORGER, SIMMONS, DAVIS - comment on the issues raised about the Clintons, including her income taxes.]
(Studio: Soledad O'Brien) The raw data on fund raising by Obama and Clinton and Senator John McCain reported.
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