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Campaign 2008 / South Carolina / Obama vs. Clinton #891953

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 24, 2008
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Findings of an American Research Group poll on South Carolina’s Democratic primary cited.

(Beaufort, South Carolina: Dean Reynolds) The continuing feud between Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton reviewed; scenes shown from the campaign trail; details given about the attacks on Obama and the distraction caused by former President Bill Clinton; Obama’s radio response played; criticism of Bill Clinton from former Labor Secretary Robert Reich† quoted. [OBAMA - comments on false assertions about his record.]

(Studio: Katie Couric; Miami: Jeff Greenfield) Bill Clinton’s recent behavior discussed.

(Studio: Katie Couric) Representative Dennis Kucinich’s withdrawal from the race noted.

Couric, Katie;
Reynolds, Dean;
Greenfield, Jeff

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