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America Votes 2008 / Chelsea / Discussion #896111

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Mar 30, 2008
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Chelsea Clinton’s response to Butler University student Evan Strange†, who asked about her mother Senator Hillary Clinton’s response to her father’s affair with Monica Lewinsky, noted. [Chelsea CLINTON - says that is not any of your business.] Live interview held with Strange about Chelsea’s rebuff. [STRANGE – defends asking the question.] Live in-studio discussion held with radio host Neal Boortz†, Think Atlanta senior fellow John Sugg†, and “The Right Side” host Shelley Wynter† about Chelsea’s reaction and whether she should be protected from the media. [BOORTZ – rails against Strange and college students.] [SUGG, WYNTER - offer views.]
Sanchez, Rick

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