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Campaign 2008 / McCain / Terrorism / A Discussion #896793

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jun 23, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A suggestion from Charles Black, a senior adviser to Senator John McCain, that a terror attack on the US would help McCain's presidential run outlined.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Dana Bash, David Gergen and "Time"'s Joe Klein about Black comments and McCain's reaction to it. [BASH - says McCain was not happy; clarifies Black's comments; recalls what McCain did after the assassination of Pakistan's Benazir Bhutto.] [In-studio, KLEIN - says there has been a pattern in the Republican Party of these kinds of national security comments.] [GERGEN - calls Black's comments surprising.] ' Other material: [McCAIN - reacts to Black's comments.] The response from Senator Barack Obama's spokesman Bill Burton quoted. [December 27, 2007, McCAIN - comments on terrorism at the time of the Bhutto assassination.]

Cooper, Anderson

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