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(Studio: Campbell Brown) CNN poll of polls finding on the widening gap between presidential candidates Senators Barack Obama and John McCain cited. [Voice of OBAMA - says the odds of us winning are good.] [McCAIN - talks about his dermatologist visit and the biopsy.]
(Studio: Campbell Brown; Atlanta: Sanjay Gupta) McCain's history of melanoma and this biopsy discussed.
(Studio: Campbell Brown; Washington: Dana Bash) The political implications of McCain's health issues discussed; inset scenes shown of McCain at a California oil field.
(Studio: Campbell Brown) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Democratic author DeeDee Myers and Republican strategist Ed Rollins about McCain's health. [ROLLINS - says this reminds people McCain is old and has had cancer and he loses momentum.] [From Pebble Beach, GERGEN - agrees it raises questions of age since there is a 25-year age gap; comments on the results of two Gallup polls.] [MYERS - says McCain always seems to be in an awkward place.]
- Brown, Campbell;
- Gupta, Sanjay;
- Bash, Dana
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