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Campaign 2008 / Democrats / Obama's Pastor / Obama Interview #887795

CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 14, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The controversy over remarks made by Senator Barack Obama's pastor at the Trinity United Church of Christ Rev. Dr. Jeremiah Wright introduced. [On YouTube.com, WRIGHT - preaches about how Obama: "he ain't white, he ain't rich and he ain't privileged" in a society controlled by rich white people.] [In interview early tonight, OBAMA - says he condemned the "incendiary" statements shown on the tape; characterizes his Chicago church; recalls his earlier condemnation of Wright's statements just after September 11; defends Wright as a biblical scholar and preeminent preacher who is on the verge of retirement; reiterates Wright's statements are not his and his {Wright's} life experiences have been difference than my own.] [On YouTube.com, WRIGHT - says Hillary was not a black boy raised by a single mother.]
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