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Campaign 2008 / Vice President / Book #951919

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 29, 2009
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Washington: David Wright) The revelations in the book "The Audacity to Win" by David Plouffe†, who was President Obama's 2008 presidential election campaign manager, featured; details given about Obama's strong consideration of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for the vice presidential job, about the options {Senator Evan Bayh & Governor Tim Kaine} to Senator Joe Biden & how Democrats were caught off guard by the Republicans' pick of Governor Sarah Palin as Senator John McCain's running mate. [ABC political reporter Rick KLEIN†- says it will be a fascinating read.] [August 29, 2008, OBAMA - calls Palin "a compelling person."]

Gibson, Charles;
Wright, David

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