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(Studio: Brian Williams) Fred Thompson’s withdrawal from the Republican presidential race reported.
(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The increasingly personal battle between Democratic presidential candidates Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama featured; scenes shown of them arguing during last night’s debate in South Carolina. [CLINTON - says Obama came looking for a fight.] [OBAMA – criticizes Clinton.] [In debate, John EDWARDS – asks if there are 3 people in this debate.] [OBAMA – jokes about former President Bill Clinton being called the first black president.]
(Studio: Brian Williams; Washington: Tim Russert) The fight between Clinton and Obama and the contest for delegates discussed; delegate counts for the Republicans and Democrats cited.
- Williams, Brian;
- Mitchell, Andrea;
- Russert, Tim
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