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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 12, 2008
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[On February 18, Michelle OBAMA - says she is proud of her country for the first time.]

(Studio: Campbell Brown) Live discussion held with CNN's John King, Roland Martin and "Time"'s Karen Tumulty about Michelle, the presidential candidate's wife. [From Washington, TUMULTY - says Michelle is a newcomer to the national scene, was defended by First Lady Laura Bush and has become more conservative; suggests the Obama camp wants to take advantage of the Internet.] [From Chicago, MARTIN - comments on the "baby mama" business; suggests Obama has to shut down rumors immediately.] [KING - comments on the new Obama Website to debunk rumors.] Other material: [M. OBAMA - speaks about pride.]

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