McCain Challenges Obama's Military Wisdom

While President George W. Bush tries to calm America's fears about the economy, presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain trade jabs on the Iraq War.

Farai Chideya tackles this week in politics with Robert Traynham — D.C. bureau chief for the network CN8 — and Mary Frances Berry, professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania.



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