Election 2008

Former President Bush Endorses McCain

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Today, former President Bush publicly endorsed Sen. John McCain in his race for the White House. Will this endorsement give McCain the boost he needs with conservative voters? Plus, what will it take for Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton to secure the Democratic nomination?

Farai Chideya gets some answers from NPR senior Washington editor Ron Elving.

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