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(Studio: John King) Live discussion held with former presidential adviser David Gergen, Democratic analyst Jamal Simmons and former Bill Clinton deputy chief of staff Maria Echaveste about the passport files and New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson's endorsement of Senator Barack Obama. [From Boston, GERGEN - says the passport access looks less sinister and more like bureaucratic snooping.] [From Washington, SIMMONS - says he is less quick to dismiss the passport access incidents.] [ECHAVESTE†- offers perspective on the Richardson endorsement and whether it may move a lot of people.] [GERGEN - comments on the Richardson endorsement, how Senator Hillary Clinton is running a competitive race while Obama is being tested in the campaign; says the superdelegate matter should be settled after the primaries.] Other material: [RICHARDSON - says we want to go into the Democratic convention unified.]
- King, John
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