Iacocca Dumps Bush to Back Kerry

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Legendary businessman Lee Iacocca, who supported President Bush in the 2000 election, formally backs Sen. John Kerry for president. The endorsement came during Kerry's campaign swing through California, in which he pumped up support from organized labor and was feted at a fundraiser featuring Barbara Streisand, Willie Nelson and Billy Crystal. Hear NPR's Ina Jaffe.

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