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Decision 2008 / Iowa / New Hampshire #889503

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jan 04, 2008
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The wins by Mike Huckabee and Senator Barack Obama in the Iowa caucuses noted.

(Manchester, New Hampshire: Andrea Mitchell) The Democratic race reviewed; scenes shown of the candidates in New Hampshire; details given of Obama’s targeting of young people; caucus results cited; Obama YouTube ad shown. [OBAMA, Senator Hillary CLINTON – campaign.] [NBC correspondent Lee COWAN – says Obama put out a challenge to younger voters.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) The withdrawal of Senators Joe Biden and Chris Dodd from the race reported.

(Manchester, New Hampshire: David Gregory) The Republican race reviewed; scenes shown of Huckabee playing guitar, a prayer circle at Huckabee’s Iowa headquarters, Senator John McCain, Mitt Romney and Rudolph Giuliani campaigning in New Hampshire. [NBC correspondent Kelly O’DONNELL – comments on Huckabee’s strategy.] [ROMNEY – says McCain can’t say he represents change.] [McCAIN – criticizes Romney for changing positions.] [CNBC correspondent John HARWOOD†- says everybody has strength in one state or another.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(New Hampshire: Tim Russert) The next steps for the candidates featured.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Two 1968 "New York Times" headlines for articles about Romney’s father, George Romney, shown.

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Gregory, David;
Russert, Tim
Duration:
00:07:50

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