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ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 25, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The presidential politics about Senator Hillary Clinton & her foreign policy credentials introduced.

(Washington: David Wright) Charges that Clinton is padding her resume & suggestions she should withdraw from the race featured; details given about her 1996 trip to Tuzla, Bosnia. [In Pennsylvania, CLINTON - says some in the media want the race to be over.] [Senator Barack OBAMA - says he cannot disown his pastor.] [CLINTON - recalls landing in Bosnia under fire.] [CLINTON - admits she made a mistake.] [Political analyst Steve McMAHON@- comments.] [ABC News contributor Donna BRAZILE@- comments on the Democrats.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson; Washington: Jake Tapper) How the Clinton Bosnia story is being seen in political circles, the Democrats' concern about the delegate numbers in the Clinton-Obama race & the "Tonya Harding" option for Clinton discussed.

Gibson, Charles;
Wright, David;
Tapper, Jake

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