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You Decide 2008 / Richardson / Clinton #918676

FNC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 21, 2007
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(Studio: Trace Gallagher) The announcement from New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson of his entrance into the 2008 presidential race noted. [Senator Hillary CLINTON†- says “I’m in to win.”]

(Washington: Megyn Kelly) Clinton’s role as the Democratic frontrunner examined; details given on her upcoming trip to Iowa, her challengers {including Richardson and Senator Barack Obama}; Obama vs. Clinton poll cited. [On “Fox News Sunday,” Senator Joe BIDEN†- says this is a marathon.] [Former House Speaker Newt GINGRICH†- talks about Clinton’s chances of becoming the Democratic nominee.]

Gallagher, Trace;
Kelly, Megyn

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