Tonight on 360°, another campaign controversy. At issue, a sermon given by Barack Obama's minister at the Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago. Barack Obama has already distanced himself from his pastor, but he's also called him his spiritual advisor. Tonight, we'll show you the sermon and let you decide.
We'll also have a story we've been promising for a few days: An up close look at Michelle Obama, and we'll bring you the new developments in the Florida and Michigan primary mess.
And, oh yeah, Eliot Spitzer. Can't forget him.
I want to mention this again: We’ve been getting complaints about how long it takes to post some comments. We wish we could post them all, but with more than 1000 every night, it is not possible.
Here’s a tip: shorter comments are more likely to get posted. If they are short AND relevant to what is on the program, even better.
So no more 500-word essays on who you think is the best candidate and why. There are other forums for that.
As always, we’ll start at 10p ET and stop at 11p ET. See you then!
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