Obama, McCain Quietly Plan White House Transitions As Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain make their final push to the finish line, each campaign is quietly assembling advisers who will form the foundation of a new White House. Farai Chideya takes a closer look at the preparation for a new administration with P.J. Crowley and Robert Traynham.
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Obama, McCain Quietly Plan White House Transitions

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Obama, McCain Quietly Plan White House Transitions

Obama, McCain Quietly Plan White House Transitions

Obama, McCain Quietly Plan White House Transitions

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As Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain make their final push to the finish line, each campaign is quietly assembling advisers who will form the foundation of a new White House.

But neither camp is particularly keen on talking about the transition until a victory is clinched.

Farai Chideya takes a closer look at the preparation for a new administration with P.J. Crowley — Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress — and Robert Traynham, D.C. bureau chief for the Comcast cable network, CN8.