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Campaign 2008 / Democrats / After the Debate #890537

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Apr 17, 2008
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(Greenville, North Carolina: Dean Reynolds) The fallout from last night's debate between Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama featured; details given about the questions asked of Obama last night in the ABC debate in Philadelphia. [Today, OBAMA - reacts to the debate and the questioning; suggests Clinton "looked in her element."]

(Studio: Katie Couric, Jeff Greenfield) How Hillary is always best on policy grounds as in the debate, what will happen in Pennsylvania, Hillary's own elitist problem from an incident in 1995 and the issue of vulnerability being raised discussed.

(Studio: Katie Couric) The meeting of visiting British Prime Minister Gordon Brown with all three presidential candidates noted; scenes shown of him with President Bush at the White House.

Couric, Katie;
Reynolds, Dean;
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