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Kennedy Death / Remembering / A Discussion #944436

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 26, 2009
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[At '08 convention, Senator Edward KENNEDY - speaks about electing Barack Obama president.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Tributes to Kennedy, the senator, featured; details given about his legislation. [President OBAMA, Vice President Joe BIDEN - remember Kennedy.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: David Gergen; Boston: John King; Washington: Candy Crowley) Live discussion held about Kennedy, the lawmaker, who left an enormous imprint because he loved politics, what made him effective, the personal side of Kennedy, his role as surrogate father to nieces & nephews, the impact of his death on a health care reform deal that has been withering & the uncertainty about filling his seat in Massachusetts

Cooper, Anderson;
Gergen, David;
King, John;
Crowley, Candy

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