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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 03, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Suzanne Malveaux, David Gergen, Gloria Borger, Jeffrey Toobin, Democratic strategists James Carville and Donna Brazile, Obama supporter Jamal Simmons about the Democratic race between Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton after the last primaries. [MALVEAUX, GERGEN, BORGER, TOOBIN. CARVILLE, SIMMONS - react to Clinton's defiant speech.] [In St. Paul, live, upon clinching the nomination, OBAMA - thanks Minnesota, his staff, his grandmother; states he will be the Democratic nominee; praises Clinton's campaign; speaks about change, opponent Senator John McCain, his campaign and his policies for the war in Iraq, taxes and fiscal responsibility, the economy and the need for change, education, that we are Americans first; states this is our moment, this is our time.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) After the speech comments presented. [GERGEN, MALVEAUX, TOOBIN, BORGER - offer views on Obama's speech.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:42:10

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