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Campaign 2008 / Democrats / Pennsylvania / A Discussion #891096

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 23, 2008
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[In New Albany, Indiana, Senator Barack OBAMA - says the Democratic Party will be unified.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Studio: Bill Schneider) The exit poll information about the Pennsylvania primary presented and discussed; details given about the demography of the state, how Senator Hillary Clinton has come back in four separate months, what the damage to the Democratic Party of the long campaign may be.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) "New York Times" reference to Clinton's negative attacks in Pennsylvania noted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Clinton supporters James Carville and Paul Begala and Obama supporter Jamal Simmons about the race. [BEGALA - reacts to the "New York Times" as "ninnies"; comments on Florida and Michigan.] [SIMMONS - says Obama made up grounds with white voters in Pennsylvania; suggests Clinton has to play according to the rules.] [CARVILLE - comments on Clinton's win in Pennsylvania.] Other material: [CLINTON - says she has received more votes....]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Schneider, Bill
Duration:
00:10:10

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