(CNN)—Allies of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are amplifying the tensions already evident between the two presidential candidates, in the most controversial way thus far.
Campaign surrogates are accusing their rivals of biblical betrayal, and a communist witch hunt. In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, CNN’s Jim Acosta reports on the escalating fight from the sidelines.
While the Democrats slug it out, presumptive Republican nominee John McCain is trying to regain his fundraising footing. CNN’s Dana Bash reports from the campaign trail in California.
From overseas, a grim new milestone brought Iraq back to the forefront. Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider takes a look at how the rising U.S. death toll in Iraq is affecting candidates on the campaign trail.
But the troubled economy still dominates voter concerns. Mary Snow highlights the Democrats’ economic pitches.
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–CNN’s Emily Sherman and Jillian Harding
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