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(Studio: John King) The troubles this week for presidential candidates Senators Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain mentioned. Live discussion held with CNN's Bay Buchanan, former Bill Clinton deputy chief of staff Maria Echaveste and Democratic strategist Jamal Simmons about the candidates. [BUCHANAN - says McCain has a good week, but after focus on the economy.] [ECHAVESTE - comments on trying to read the tea leaves, how Clinton or Obama would be better for the country than McCain.] [SIMMONS - says Obama has to get beyond the pastor story; suggests Clinton has made over-the-top statements.] [BUCHANAN - suggests Bill Clinton is stirring things up.] [BUCHANAN, SIMMONS< ECHAVESTE - offer views on whether McCain is hurt or helped by what the Democrats are doing.] Other material: [Former President Bill CLINTON - says politics has been intruding on the issues.]
- King, John
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