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[Senator Hillary CLINTON - jokes about her husband making money talking to people.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The latest "New York Times"/CBS poll and the poll of polls numbers for Senator Barack Obama vs. Senator Hillary Clinton cited.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's Candy Crowley, David Gergen and Carl Bernstein about the Democratic race. [CROWLEY - assesses how much the Rev. Jeremiah Wright issue has hurt Obama; states Michigan has run out of time for a re-vote.] [BERNSTEIN - comments on a conflict of interest for a Hillary advisor; says Hillary needs bigger numbers in Pennsylvania and nationally and the campaign may risk going more negative.] [GERGEN - assesses how negative campaigning has worked/not worked for Clinton; says what is critical is what happens in Pennsylvania: she needs a thumping victory.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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