CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 14, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Studio: Randi Kaye) The relationship of Clinton and President-elect Barack Obama examined in light of her possibly being named Secretary of State. [During the campaign, CLINTON - criticizes Obama's policies.] [Huffingtonpost.com editor Hilary ROSEN- says they don't have major differences in policy; states Obama wants the best talent he can find.] [CLINTON - refuses to speculate about the coming administration.] [In Unity, New Hampshire, OBAMA - says "she rocks."] [Democratic National Committee Robert ZIMMERMAN- says Hillary is a coalition builder and brings credibility to the international agenda.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's David Gergen, Candy Crowley and CNN consultant Errol Louis about the Secretary of State post. [From Carefree, Arizona, GERGEN - says Hillary has to decide if she wants to stay in the Senate in a tame role and she has to work through where this leaves former President Bill Clinton and his interests; comments on the precedents for the Obama meeting with Senator John McCain and what they should talk about.] [LOUIS - comments on the Obama team members who worked in the Clinton administration; suggests Hillary wants some of the action.] [CROWLEY - comments on the Monday meeting between Obama and McCain.]