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Middle East / Obama's Tour / Interview #899510

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 23, 2008
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(Jerusalem: Charles Gibson) Senator Barack Obama's stop in the Middle East reviewed; scenes shown of Obama is several venues, including him laying a wreath at the Holocaust memorial.

(Jerusalem: Charles Gibson) ABC News interview earlier today held with Obama presented. [OBAMA - outlines the main purpose of his overall trip; comments on being young and not in the national political scene, how people may distrust his commitment to Israel, his position on Israel and an undivided Jerusalem; clarifies his June 4 statements; speaks about a nuclear Iran and the possibility of an arms race in the Middle East.] [June 4, OBAMA - says Israel's security is sacrosanct and Jerusalem should remain undivided.]

Reporter(s):
Gibson, Charles
Duration:
00:06:00

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