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Decision 2008 / Democrats / Republicans #897687

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 03, 2008
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The race for the Democratic nomination and the must-win situation for Senator Hillary Clinton in Texas and Ohio introduced.

(Beaumont, Texas: Andrea Mitchell) The race between Clinton and Senator Barack Obama reviewed; details given of the flap over a Canadian diplomatic memo about Obama’s position on NAFTA and Clinton’s controversial remarks about whether Obama is a Muslim; scenes shown of Clinton at a rally in Texas and meeting with plant workers in Ohio. [CLINTON – criticizes Obama on NAFTA.] [OBAMA – responds.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(New York: David Gregory) The Republican race with Senator John McCain hoping to clinch the nomination despite Mike Huckabee’s persistence featured; details given of the controversy over Pastor John Hagee’s endorsement of McCain; feminist/author Gloria Steinem†’s belittling remarks about McCain’s POW ordeal quoted. [Mississippi Governor Haley BARBOUR†- criticizes the Democrats.] [HUCKABEE – comments on the race.] [CNBC Washington correspondent John HARWOOD†- comments on McCain’s strategy to target Democratic infighting over security.] [McCAIN – says he does not embrace the views of those who endorse him.]

Williams, Brian;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Gregory, David

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