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Campaign 2008 / Democrats / Obama / CNN Interview / Iraq War / A Discussion #888251

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 19, 2008
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[In CNN interview, Senator Barack OBAMA - restates his commitment to end the war as compared to the view of Senator Hillary Clinton.]

(Charlotte: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Michael Ware and David Gergen about the war in Iraq. [From Baghdad via broadband, WARE - comments on what American commanders in Iraq would say at this time about withdrawal and what would happen if the troops pull out; comments on the interests of the Iraqi government and how Iran is ready to step in if the US leaves.] [GERGEN - says the war in Iraq would be a major issue in the general election; states there would be a dilemma for a Democrat in trying to pull out of Iraq without losing Iraq.]

(Charlotte: Anderson Cooper) Tomorrow's special on Iraq mentioned.

Cooper, Anderson

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