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Decision 2008 / Democrats / McCain #898899

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 10, 2008
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(Studio: Ann Curry) Report introduced.

(Jackson, Mississippi: Lee Cowan) Senator Barack Obama's response to suggestions from Senator Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton that he could be Hillary’s running mate featured. [OBAMA - says he is not running for vice president.] [Saturday, B. CLINTON – says it would be an unstoppable force.] [Former Navy Secretary Richard DANZIG†- reacts to Clinton’s suggestion.]

(Studio: Ann Curry) Report introduced.

(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) Clinton’s campaign strategy examined; details given of her criticism of Obama’s foreign policy experience; her “3 AM phone call” ad and a “Saturday Night Live” parody shown. [CLINTON – raises the issue of a dream ticket.] [Obama foreign policy advisor Greg CRAIG†- notes the gross inconsistency in Clinton’s strategy.] [“3 AM phone call” ad actress/Obama supporter Casey KNOWLES†- reacts to having her image used by Clinton.] [Today, CLINTON – says a lot of Democrats like us both.]

(Studio: Ann Curry) Senator John McCain’s response to questions about his health and his melanoma noted.

Curry, Ann;
Cowan, Lee;
Mitchell, Andrea

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