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Campaign 2008 / Democrats / A Discussion #888892

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 27, 2008
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[With Mitt Romney in Utah, Senator John McCAIN - says we Republicans are united and want to energize the party.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Findings of a new CNN poll on how supporters of Senator Barack Obama or Senator Hillary Clinton will/will not vote for the other candidate in November cited.

(Washington: Tom Foreman) The bitter division in the Democratic Party coming out of the brutal primary season examined. [Clinton supporter James CARVILLE†, Obama supporter Representative Xavier BECERRAS†- blame the other side.] [Democratic strategy Jenny BACKUS†- says the two bases {blacks and women} are fighting.] [OBAMA, CLINTON - speak about the campaign.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Candy Crowley and "Time" magazine's Mark Halperin about the Democrats. [CROWLEY - outlines all the unanswered questions about the contest; comments on the superdelegates.] [HALPERIN - says Clinton is not giving up: that she is in it to win it; outlines how Hillary sees she can win, show momentum and then argue about electability.] Other material: George Pecker's statement in "The New Yorker" on March 25 about the party squabble quoted.

Cooper, Anderson;
Foreman, Tom

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