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Liveblogging from Hollywood

Thursday, January 31st, 2008


HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA –- We’re at the CNN/Los Angeles Times/Politico Democratic debate. Energy, Los Angeles and celebrity aside, this debate really does feel like an award show. CNN started off with their usual pre-debate coverage, but this time Wolf Blitzer stood stage front à la Ellen DeGeneres or Billy Crystal cracking jokes and baiting the Hollywood audience.

Today our choices for the Democratic nominee is between two celebrity-candidates. We’re in the same building the Oscars are held, the Kodak Theatre, and it promises to be a fantastic, boxing-match debate. Glitz and glam abound… Hillary and Barack are making history, so smile for the camera! Stay tuned for more of our video coverage with celebrity appeal.

One Response to “Liveblogging from Hollywood”

  1. joseph Says:

    if the Clinton’s clean up after the bushes and Bill Clinton has been doing business with George Bush senior will the bushes and the Clinton’s both share the next white house if you’re elected…over thirty years between the two family’s


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