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April 30th, 2008
10:54 AM ET

360° Interview with Michelle Obama on Wright controversy

Hey Bloggers,

Just wanted to let you guys know about our program tonight:

AC360° will have the first primetime sit-down interview with Michelle Obama, wife of Presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama.

We’ll talk about how the re-ignited Rev. Jeremiah Wright controversy is affecting the family, her husband's campaign, and everything in between….

Join us tonight at 10p ET for the 360° interview

soundoff (306 Responses)
  1. Leeann

    I believe we are sisters and brothers according to Gods word. so why are we fighting one another? We are one large family of color, so why are we keeping up this nonsense? We should pray for our country, which happen to be the riches country on the planet, yet we are poor, we are losing our homes, our jobs, gas prices are terrible, people are homeless, and so many other things are going on, so we have some serious problems. God is in charge he is watching over all of us. I really do not think he is pleased whith what he sees. We need to quit.
    Support whom ever you please, please stop the nonsense. As a nation we should come together and work for the betterment of our country. What kind of examples are setting for our children and grand children? We are a people of color so what, if any of us is stuck with a stick pin when we bleed what color is the blood? Answer red. We should show more love toward each other and stop saying and doing things to hurt each other. Be blessed

    May 1, 2008 at 4:04 pm |
  2. Kenneth L Barnett

    I would like to see M(s) Caroline Kennedy as Obama's running mate they make a good team. America needs a good team " A" team. They can make a change and they both do care about the American People.
    If anyone one know what America is about it's Caroline Kennedy; She at a early age leaned what life was about and this Country. Obama does not need Hillary as his running mate she would only pull his Presidency DOWN!

    April 30, 2008 at 11:54 pm |
  3. Lisa from MD

    Religous fanatics lost the democrates the last election. I don't want anyone in the Whitehouse that belongs to a church where a pastor preaches hate in the name of Jesus Christ.

    April 30, 2008 at 11:54 pm |
  4. Venel

    I think that super delegates should go on Clinton side to give her the nomination because Obama cant win with his pastor's controversy. This is the best chance democrats have to win the election this year. if Obama is the nominee, GOP will run national ad with Obama's former pastor that will cause him the election. I like the man. unfortunately, i don't think he can win. Republican machine will destroy Obama. I just love the Clinton machine Vs. the Republican machine a little bit better.

    April 30, 2008 at 11:52 pm |
  5. Annie F Kuriki-Klinger

    It appears that CNN is providing a lot of air time for the Obama campaign to seek damage control in the Rev. Wright issue. Why didn't you give equal time to the Clinton campaign when it was accused of pulling the race card?

    April 30, 2008 at 11:52 pm |
  6. connie

    Every time Obama is caught up in something he transfers the blame to someone else. Like a child!. He has alot of people who support him in this. I think some of the pundits actually believe Hillary should defend Obama. She isn't allowed even to campaign against him. The truth is, people should stop making excuses for Obama. He shares the same views as his pastor. He would have denounced his pastor earlier, but knew it would hurt him in the black community. He didn't get angry about what his pastor said until he said something about him. He denounced his pastor when it hurt him with the white voters who were supporting him. And Michelle acts as if she is put out, because her husband is running for president. In her interview tonight she was put out, because she and her husband had to answer to the American people about their actions.

    April 30, 2008 at 11:51 pm |
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