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CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 26, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's criticism of Democrats reported. [With Senator John McCain , PALIN - says the Democrats are accusing the Republicans of inciting violence against health care reform.] Palin's Facebook map with crosshairs shown.

(Tucson: Jessica Yellin) Palinmania featured. [In Arizona, PALIN - jokes; speaks against Obamacare; endorses "maverick" McCain.] [McCAIN - says "Hell, no," about the bill.] [McCain opponent J.D. HAYWORTH - campaigns against McCain.] [Two VOTERS - speculate about McCain.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The role reversal for Palin & McCain reported. [PALIN - promotes McCain.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with "Game Change" author Mark Halperin about McCain & Palin. [HALPERIN - says McCain & Palin are married forever even as their political fortunes have changed; explains why McCain is under fire at a time of unbridled criticism of Washington politics; notes Palin has a gift for being able to play to her crowd & does not back down.] [PALIN - comments on the distraction.] Palin's Facebook page with crosshairs shown.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Yellin, Jessica
Duration:
00:10:30

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