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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The impact of the economic situation on the presidential campaign featured; details given of Senator Hillary Clinton’s proposals and the Republicans’ battle for Michigan; scenes shown of John Edwards volunteering at a food bank in South Carolina. [CLINTON – says this economy isn’t working for everybody.] [NBC News correspondent Lee COWAN – comments on Senator Barack Obama’s campaign strategy.] [In last night’s debate, Mitt ROMNEY, Senator John McCAIN – comment on jobs in Michigan.] [NBC News correspondent Ron ALLEN- comments on McCain’s strategy.] Proposals from Mike Huckabee and Rudolph Giuliani noted. [Economist Fred BERGSTEN- reacts to Huckabee and Giuliani.]
- Williams, Brian;
- Mitchell, Andrea
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