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Anderson Cooper 360°: January 29, 2008

Reporting live from the Regan Library in Simi Valley, California Anderson and his colleagues discuss the results of Florida Primaries and what the candidates hope to achieve now that they’re preparing for “Super Tuesday.” Wolf Blitzer then interviews Hillary Clinton to discuss her victory in Florida and what she hopes to achieve if she becomes the Democratic Presidential nominee. It is also reported that Rudy Giuliani is expected to drop out of the Republican race and endorse Sen. John McCain tomorrow. Also discussed is how the citizens voted in Florida and the “electability” of Republican candidates.


Episode Info


Episode number: 6x21
Airdate: Tuesday January 29th, 2008

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)


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Guest Stars
Amy HolmesAmy Holmes
As Herself (CNN Political Analyst)
Recurring
Bill Bennett (1)Bill Bennett (1)
As Himself (CNN Contributor)
Recurring
David Gergen (1)David Gergen (1)
As Himself (Senior Political Analyst)
Recurring
Donna BrazileDonna Brazile
As Herself (CNN Political Contributor)
Recurring
Gloria BorgerGloria Borger
As Herself (Senior Political Analyst)
Recurring
Hillary Rodham ClintonHillary Rodham Clinton
As Herself (as Sen. Hillary Clinton)
Recurring
Jeffrey ToobinJeffrey Toobin
As Himself (Senior Analyst)
Recurring
John KingJohn King
As Himself (Chief National Correspondent)
Recurring
Roland MartinRoland Martin
As Himself (CNN Correspondent)
Recurring
Soledad OSoledad O'Brien
As Herself (CNN Correspondent)
Recurring
Wolf BlitzerWolf Blitzer
As Himself
Recurring
Main Cast
Anderson CooperAnderson Cooper
As Himself
Warning: Anderson Cooper 360° season 6 episode 21 guide may contain spoilers
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