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Live from the debate: Interview with Anderson Cooper (* updated)

Monday, July 23rd, 2007

I just interviewed Anderson Cooper. He said that he really liked the question we submitted for the debate, which he presented on his show last Monday. Still, that doesn’t mean it will be included in the debate, so stay tuned.

Also stick around for my video report from the debate, including the interview with Anderson. You’ll find it here later tonight or tomorrow morning.

* Add John King: CNN’s chief political correspondent and I spent some time talking about what he calls America’s “broken government.” The footage will be in the video. See it here soon.

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