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Primary Questions (Most Disillusioning) #891861

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 23, 2008
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(Studio: Katie Couric) A different perspective on the presidential election campaign with a series entitled "Primary Questions: Character, Leadership and the Candidates" re-introduced. The response of the presidential candidates to the question: what is the most disillusioning part of running for president‡ [John EDWARDS – says presidential races become glamour contests.] [Rudolph GIULIANI – states you don’t get to discuss substance that much.] [Mike HUCKABEE – says it’s the pettiness.] [Mitt ROMNEY – says the challenge is not being represented fairly.] [Senator Hillary CLINTON – says she hopes the press and commentators listen to what people are asking us.] [Senator Barack OBAMA – complains about fund raising.] [Senator John McCAIN – comments on losing support from someone you thought was going to support you.]
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Couric, Katie
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00:05:20

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