Election 2008

Dean Lambastes Clinton-Obama Tensions

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Democratic party chairman Howard Dean is speaking out against the tensions between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Alex Chadwick discusses Dean's comments with analyst Juan Williams and then catches up on the latest campaign endorsements.



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