This program is about 1 hour long
(New York: John King) The road ahead for McCain previewed; map shown to indicate the sweep of his victory in Florida and the Super Tuesday map.
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live analysis about Clinton presented. [In Washington, Democratic strategist Donna BRAZILE - comments on the delegate process and how Florida can comply with the rules and how a win in Florida help Clinton.]
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) The outcome of the Republican primary in Florida with a win by Senator John McCain reviewed; graph shown.
(New York: John King) Breaking news from "sources" that former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani is dropping out of the race after Florida with his plans to endorse former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani reported.
(Reagan Library: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Bill Bennett, Gloria Borger, Roland Martin, David Gergen, Amy Holmes and Jeffrey Toobin about the Republicans after McCain's victory in Florida. [BORGER - clarifies that McCain did congratulate Mitt Romney; comments on how Giuliani can help McCain, but what will conservatives think] [BENNETT - outlines specifically what McCain should do to appeal to conservatives and what conservatives need to realize.] [MARTIN - says if Democrats win, the next president can appoint three members of the Supreme Court.] [From New York, GERGEN - says McCain has to be himself because people are looking for authenticity; suggests the big question for McCain is to bring in the money and not get into too dirty a campaign with Romney.] [From New York, HOLMES - predicts a sharp debate between McCain and Romney; notes McCain is making overtures to conservatives; compares Giuliani's mood now to that of Bob Dole in '96.] [TOOBIN - says the campaign was a disaster for Giuliani.]
(New York: John King) The role of Giuliani in supporting McCain outlined.
(Studio: Abbi Tatton) Where the McCain campaign goes from here on the way to Super Tuesday outlined; graphs shown.
(Studio: Soledad O'Brien, Bill Schneider) What the exit polls indicate about McCain outlined; poll figures on values, the Florida Republican view of change and electability outlined on screen.
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) The status of the Florida delegates and next week's primaries and tomorrow's Republican debate reviewed.
(Reagan Library: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, Roland Martin, David Gergen, Amy Holmes, Jeffrey Toobin and John King about the Republican debate. [BORGER - says everything is at stake in the debate for Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney.] [MARTIN - comments on how the pair will view the role for former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, who will support McCain; notes the Republican Party now has no leader.] [From New York, GERGEN - says McCain will remember Ronald Reagan with genuine warmth.] [HOLMES - offers her views on the debate and how each will appeal as a conservative.] [TOOBIN - says McCain seems unstoppable, but has a long way to go to bring the conservatives into the fold.] [KING - says McCain is seen as the strongest candidate.]