The Political Conference Call Brawl The Clinton and Obama camps schedule frequent conference calls to update the press on their campaigns. But what happens when an Obama person sits in on a Clinton call?
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The Political Conference Call Brawl

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The Political Conference Call Brawl

The Political Conference Call Brawl

The Political Conference Call Brawl

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The Clinton and Obama camps schedule frequent conference calls to update the press on what's new with their campaigns. But what happens when an Obama person sits in on a Clinton call? It's a cross between a news conference and a brawl — and fodder for the 24-hour news cycle.