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Campaign 2008 / Democrats / Clinton Biography (Part I) #890659

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 18, 2008
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[On the campaign trail in Pennsylvania, Senator Hillary CLINTON - jokes about the hard questions.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The endorsement for Senator Barack Obama from former Senators Sam Nunn and David Boren and former Labor Secretary and Clinton friend Robert Reich noted; poll of polls standings of Obama over Clinton shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) An Up Close look at Hillary Clinton presented; scenes and photos shown from her background in the Chicago suburbs, as a young Republican, at Wellesley College. [CLINTON - says she never quits.] [Former press secretary Lisa CAPUTO†, friend Betsy EBELING†, Wellesley professor Alan SCHECHTER†- talk about Hillary and her experiences.]

Cooper, Anderson

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