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Campaign 2008 / Obama vs. McCain / A Discussion #900007

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 28, 2008
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[Senator John McCAIN - says the wounded troops welcome American senators, so Senator Barack Obama could have gone {to Germany.}

(Studio: Campbell Brown) Live "Strategy Session" with CNN's David Gergen, Democratic author DeeDee Myers and Republican strategist Ed Rollins about McCain hammering Obama over the troops' visit. [ROLLINS - assesses the McCain charges: that Obama is vulnerable; states McCain has a chance to come out with a new economic plan.] [From Washington, MYERS - says Obama has to be careful while McCain cannot overplay his hand; compares the leadership styles of the two as evidenced by the photo ops today.] [GERGEN - says the charges about Obama not visiting the hospital are bunkum; calls it a smart move to be seen with mainstream economic experts.]

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