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Decision 2008 / Polls / South Carolina #890909

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 17, 2008
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(Studio: Brian Williams, Tim Russert) The findings of the latest MSNBC/McClatchey poll on the presidential race in South Carolina cited and discussed.

(Columbia, South Carolina: Kelly O’Donnell) The attempts by Senator John McCain’s campaign to fend off attacks against him in South Carolina featured; scenes shown of a flyer accusing him of leaving fellow POWs behind in Vietnam; push poll phone call tape played; details recalled of the smear campaign during his 2000 campaign. [McCAIN – comments on attacks against the race of his adopted daughter Bridget.] [Senator Lindsey GRAHAM – says there’s a bunch of garbage out there.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Mitt Romney’s confrontation with AP reporter Glen Johnson†† over the role of lobbyists shown.

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Russert, Tim;
O’Donnell, Kelly
Duration:
00:05:20

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