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Campaign 2008 / Democrats / Clinton #889630

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 05, 2008
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(Studio: David Muir) The stump stories from presidential candidates Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama noted.

(Washington: John Hendren) An investigation into the facts of a health care story told on the campaign trail by Clinton examined; details given of the story and the response from O'Bleness Memorial Hospital in Ohio about the story. [CLINTON - says the woman and her baby died because she did not have health insurance.] [Sheriff's deputy Bryan HOLMAN†- tells Clinton the story.] [On Jay Leno's show, CLINTON - jokes about sniper fire.]

(Studio: David Muir) A fact check on presidential candidates' stories introduced.

(Washington: Jake Tapper) Clinton's arguments she has opposed NAFTA since '92 and her support for SCHIP and Obama's acceptance of money from oil industry men and his position on liberal issues examined; details given from Clinton's White House schedule. [CLINTON - says she opposed NAFTA.] [Politicfact.com Bill ADAIR†- says she did not create SCHIP.] [FactCheck.org Viveca NOVAK†- comments on Obama's money.]

Muir, David;
Hendren, John;
Tapper, Jake

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