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CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 28, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What the three presidential candidates, Senators Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and John McCain, are doing today introduced.

(Philadelphia: Jessica Yellin) The push on Clinton to pull out of the campaign to end this primary featured. [CLINTON, former President Bill CLINTON - campaign.] [Senator Patrick LEAHY - says having two candidates helps the other party.] [On XM Radio Potus '08, Senator Chris DODD - says we want this to be over with.] [Endorsing Obama, Senator Bob CASEY - speaks.] [Clinton supporter James CARVILLE - reacts to the complaints.] Hillary's letter to supporters quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A statement from Chelsea Clinton noted. [CLINTON - says her mother would be a better president than her father was.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Candy Crowley and "Time" magazine Mark Halperin about Hillary and the Democratic race. [CROWLEY - doubts there is harm in the campaigning continuing; states she can't see the party elders telling Hillary to get out.] [HALPERIN - says it will be better for Obama when the race with Hillary ends so he can focus on the contest with Senator John McCain.] Other material: NBC News political director Chuck Todd† quoted about how the race is being made better.

Cooper, Anderson;
Yellin, Jessica

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