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(Studio: Dan Harris) The strong criticism from Senator Barack Obama of former President Bill Clinton, who is campaigning for his wife, Senator Hillary Clinton, noted. [On "Good Morning America," OBAMA - says the former president has taken his advocacy to a troubling level; states we will directly confront his statements.]
(Studio: Dan Harris; Columbia: Kate Snow) The response from the Clinton campaign to Obama's remarks against President Clinton discussed.
(Columbia: Kate Snow) The race in South Carolina after the Clinton victory in Nevada featured; scenes shown from the campaign trail in several states. [Two black VOTERS, George Mason University Michael FAUNTROY- comment on the viability of Obama.] [Black MAN - says people are looking past race.] [In churches, OBAMA, CLINTON; John EDWARDS - campaign.]
(Studio: Dan Harris) Senator John McCain's narrow victory in South Carolina over Mike Huckabee while Mitt Romney won in Nevada reported.
(Celebration, Florida: Ron Claiborne) Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's last stand in Florida featured; details given about the Republican candidates running here. [GIULIANI - campaigns in Florida.] [ABC News political contributor Matthew DOWD- says Florida is the first true signal about where the race may end up.] [McCAIN, ROMNEY - campaigns.] Giuliani's attack on McCain over tax policy noted. [McCAIN - responds.]
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