September 14th, 2007
07:15 PM ET
12 years ago

Strategy Session: MoveOn.org

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WASHINGTON (CNN) - The debate gets heated in a special edition of the Situation Room's "Strategy Session." Watch James Carville, Democratic strategist and CNN contributor, and Terry Jeffrey, Editor-at-Large of Human Events, as they spar over the liberal advocacy group MoveOn.org, the political ad wars, and the war in Iraq.

Related: MoveOn.org moves from 'betray us' to 'betrayal' ad

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Filed under: Hillary Clinton • Iraq • moveon.org • Political ads • Strategy Session
August 15th, 2007
10:17 AM ET
12 years ago

Strategy Session: The role of '08 wives

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WASHINGTON (CNN) - In the latest edition of Strategy Session, Democratic strategist Donna Brazile and Terry Jeffrey, editor of Human Events, discuss Romney and Giuliani's immigration spat and the role of the presidential candidates' wives.


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August 7th, 2007
10:47 AM ET
9 years ago

Strategy Session: Parenthood and polls

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WASHINGTON (CNN) - In the latest edition of Strategy Session, Democratic strategist Paul Begala and Terry Jeffrey, editor of Human Events, weigh in on Giuliani's daughter's online support of Sen. Barack Obama.


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July 27th, 2007
10:46 AM ET
12 years ago

Strategy Session: Clinton v. Obama

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WASHINGTON (CNN) - In the latest edition of Strategy Session, Democratic strategist Donna Brazile and Terry Jeffrey, editor of Human Events, weigh in on the Clinton-Obama spat.


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June 12th, 2007
10:44 AM ET
13 years ago

Strategy Session: Voters view Clinton as strong, but do they like her?

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WASHINGTON (CNN) - In the latest edition of Strategy Session, Democratic strategist Paul Begala and Terry Jeffrey, editor of Human Events, break down the latest poll numbers out of New Hampshire that show Clinton is viewed as the strongest leader, but not most likeable.


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June 11th, 2007
12:49 PM ET
13 years ago

Strategy Session: Romney's surge

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WASHINGTON (CNN) - In the latest edition of Strategy Session, Democratic strategist Paul Begala and Republican strategist Rich Galen weigh in on Romney's surge in the latest CNN/WMUR poll in New Hampshire.


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