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America Votes 2008 / Obama / Ventura Interview #896355

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Apr 05, 2008
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Warning from former Governor Jesse Ventura for presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama to watch out quoted. Live interview held with Ventura about his statement. [From Los Angeles, VENTURA – says they would attempt to assassinate your credibility; states Obama will be protected by the Democratic Party but wonders what would happen to a true independent; recalls what happened to Ross Perot in 1996; comments on his belief that there were conspiracies to assassinate John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther King; talks about Obama as a representative of change.] Ventura’s book, “Don’t Start the Revolution Without Me” shown.
Sanchez, Rick

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