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CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 24, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The admission from Senator Hillary Clinton that she misspoke about the conditions during her trip to Bosnia on March 25, 1996, introduced; video of her arrival as first lady in Tuzla. [CLINTON - says "I remember landing under sniper fire."] Her statement today to the "Philadelphia Daily News" about her landing quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Candy Crowley, Jeffrey Toobin and "Time" magazine's Joe Klein about Clinton in Bosnia. [CROWLEY - comments on her "memory" about going to Bosnia.] [TOOBIN - says this is raising the puzzling question about the qualifications gained by a first lady; notes there are no differences between the candidates on the issues.] [KLEIN - says they were told there was sniper fire: that it is a war story and is "unHillary-like"; states there are questions to asked about the war in Iraq.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(New York: Jim Acosta) The bickering between the Clinton campaign and that of Senator Barack Obama reviewed; several statements from supporters quoted. [Former President Bill CLINTON - speaks about candidates loving their country.] [Obama supporter retired Gen. Tony McPEAK - says he is saddened by Bill's tactics.] [New Mexico Governor Bill RICHARDSON - responds to Clinton's people.] [Professor Larry SABATO - says these insults will be used against the eventual Democratic nominee.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Interview held with Clinton supporter and CNN contributor James Carville about his comments on Richardson. [CARVILLE - explains the context in which he spoke about Richardson, who did a disloyal thing in endorsing Obama; states he made a point with a metaphor about an act of betrayal; comments on the Florida/Michigan re-vote issue.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim

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