Good afternoon all.. Tonight, the presidential race: Obama spin: Hillary is near death.. Hillary spin: she's got the big-state muscle needed to win. The truth: neither is close to enough delegates. Joe Johns outlines the electoral map, and what increasingly looks like a slo-mo train wreck..
We'll talk with James Carville about his comparison of Gov. Richardson to Judas–and about the governor's motives–after Richardson dumped longtime Clinton allies to endorse Obama. Also, Greg Craig, Bill Clinton's defense attorney in the impeachment hearings, vehemently endorsed Obama.. what gives? With friends like these....
Also, as the U.S. death toll in Iraq passes a number never predicted in war planning, Michael Ware reports the U.S. still can't trust anyone there, with Iran and al Qaeda planting roots faster than the US can eradicate them.. Plus–conflicting visions–what happens if/when the US pulls out as the Dems promise... Or... as Fractured Fairytales might put it, who lost Iraq?
Drew Griffin breaks an investigative exclusive: the much-vaunted federal air marshals are on far fewer airline flights than you might think. Did someone say security?
And back in la-la-land, Randi Kaye checks out to Greenwich, CT, where police announce a major break in a mystery: who gagged, bound and murdered a multi-millionaire real estate developer just days before he was to plead guilty to fraud-and why?? Hello! Police say the chauffeur and his cousin did it, with the candlestick in the library.
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