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What the Writers Strike Means for Politicians

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What the Writers Strike Means for Politicians

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What the Writers Strike Means for Politicians

What the Writers Strike Means for Politicians

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Most late-night television shows are on hold as the writers strike continues. Does this mean presidential candidates are getting less free exposure from interviews? And are their goofs and gaffes flying under the radar? Alex Cohen talks to Barbara O'Connor, communications professor at California State in Sacramento.

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