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NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 29, 2007
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Tomorrow’s debate among the Democratic presidential candidates noted.

(Washington: David Gregory) Senator Barack Obama’s decision to be more aggressive in challenging Senator Hillary Clinton featured; University of Iowa poll on the standings of Obama, Clinton and former Senator John Edwards cited; details given of criticism of Obama for including singer Donnie McClurkin††, who claims he was cured of homosexuality, on his gospel music tour; scenes shown of McClurkin and of Obama dancing with TV host Ellen DeGeneres. [In Iowa, OBAMA – campaigns.] [From MTV’s MySpace forum, OBAMA – talks about his “politics of hope.”] [NBC News political director Chuck TODD†- comments on Obama’s strategy.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) NBC’s coverage of the debate noted.

Williams, Brian;
Gregory, David

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