(CNN)— Barack Obama’s former pastor Reverend Jeremiah Wright responded unapologetically Monday to the uproar surrounding his controversial comments.
In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, CNN’s Brian Todd takes a deeper look at Wright’s comments, some of his beliefs, and how the latest media coverage could affect Barack Obama’s presidential bid.
The U.S. Supreme Court made the decision Monday to require photo identification at Indiana’s polling stations to prevent voter fraud – a development that could spread to more states before the general election. CNN’s Justice Correspondent Kelli Arena takes a look at how the new law could potentially affect this election year.
John McCain embarked on a health care tour Monday, but veered off course seizing on the latest remarks by Rev. Wright. CNN’s Dana Bash traveled with the presumptive nominee to Florida.
Finally: many analysts blamed Barack Obama’s loss in the Pennsylvania primary on his inability to garner support from the working-class voters. Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider reports on whether Obama could face the same troubles in Indiana May 6.
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