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Campaign 2008 / Obama / Misconceptions / "New Yorker" Cover Controversy / A Discussion #898634

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 14, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Senator Barack Obama and wife Michelle shown exchanging a fist bump on stage during the campaign. [On "The View," Michelle OBAMA - says the fist bump is the new high five.]

(Washington: Joe Johns) The misconceptions about Obama featured; details given about the view he is a Muslim and attended an Islamic school. [March 20, OBAMA - talks about his faith.] [Pew Center Michael DIMCOCK†- says 12 percent believe he is Muslim.] [In Nashville, Janice WOLFF†- says he's a Muslim.] [Muslim WOMAN - reacts.] ["Drawn and Quartered" author Stephen HESS†- comments on the "New Yorker" cover.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier "strategy session" held with Democratic strategist James Carville and radio talk show host Bill Bennett about the magazine cover controversy. [CARVILLE, BENNETT - offer views on liberals, conservatives, Obama and the "New Yorker" cartoon cover and whether the satire works.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Johns, Joe

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