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Decision 2008 / McCain / Palin / Republican Convention #916936

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 02, 2008
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(St. Paul: Brian Williams) The speakers at the Republican National Convention in St. Paul outlined.

(Cleveland: Kelly O’Donnell) Senator John McCain’s defense against claims that the vetting of his vice presidential candidate, Governor Sarah Palin, was incomplete featured; details given of what she disclosed about herself and her family. [McCAIN – says the process was completely thorough.] [From “Kudlow and Company” on July 31, PALIN – asks what the v.p. does every day.]

(St. Paul: Brian Williams, Andrea Mitchell, Chuck Todd) The talk surrounding McCain’s selection of Palin and the reduced role for President Bush at the convention discussed.

Williams, Brian;
O’Donnell, Kelly;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Todd, Chuck

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