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Decision 2008 / Republicans / Giuliani / Clinton #890862

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 16, 2008
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(Las Vegas: Brian Williams) The status of the Republican presidential race, including Mitt Romney’s win in Michigan, noted.

(Charleston, South Carolina: Ron Allen) The campaigning by the Republicans in South Carolina reviewed; scenes shown of candidates Romney, Senator John McCain, Mike Huckabee and Fred Thompson. [ROMNEY, McCAIN – campaign.]

(Las Vegas: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Orlando: Mike Taibbi) Rudolph Giuliani’s campaign strategy focusing all his resources on Florida featured; ad shown. [GIULIANI – explains his decision.] [WTVJ Miami political reporter Nick BOGERT†- says everybody understands this is Rudy’s last stand.] [Voter Bob CLARK – comments on Giuliani’s public track record.]

(Las Vegas: Brian Williams) Democratic candidate Senator Hillary Clinton’s campaign featured; scenes shown from Nevada of Clinton greeting supporters at the “rope line,” participating in a panel discussion, on the phone. [During last night’s debate, Senator Barack OBAMA – says being president is not making sure schedules are run properly.] [CLINTON – reacts to Obama’s remarks; comments on her “moment of grace” in New Hampshire; talks about her campaign schedule and the food.]

Williams, Brian;
Allen, Ron;
Taibbi, Mike

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