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(CNN) –- Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama released a new energy plan Monday, highlighting and approving policy he initially opposed.
In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, CNN’s Jessica Yellin outlines the Illinois senator’s new plan and his ten-year goal for energy independence.
Not to be overshadowed on one of the hottest election-year issues, presumptive Republican presidential nominee John McCain challenged Obama to pressure Congress to get back in session and deal with rising gas prices. White House Correspondent Ed Henry reports.
Meanwhile, President Bush is still receiving criticism for his planned trip to attend the Olympic Games in Beijing. Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider releases new poll results about Bush’s participation in the controversial event.
Finally, does former President Bill Clinton have any new thoughts about his role during the primary season? CNN’s Mary Snow has the answer.
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