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Wednesday, October 17, 2007

American Votes 2008

credit:Mark Von Holden/Wireimage

This morning was the CNN America Votes 2008 Breakfast in New York City. Below is a report from TVNewser on MediaBistro on the event:

...I've just returned from CNN's America Votes 2008 upfront held in midtown Manhattan. I'll have more later. Of note, Campbell Brown front and center on the first of two panels which featured CNN's anchors, correspondents and political analysts. Flanked by John Roberts on her right and Lou Dobbs on her left, Brown (due to deliver her first child on Christmas Day) has been working on political specials which will begin airing next month. Her primetime program is set to debut in February at 8pmET. CNN/US president Jon Klein tells me with the move of Lou Dobbs Tonight to 7pmET, "we are putting our news program between our two highest rated shows"

John Roberts, Campbell Brown, & Lou Dobbs
credit:Chris Ariens/TVNewser

Jack Cafferty
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One of the panel discussions got interesting when James Carville revealed his prediction on who would be the Democratic and Republican presidential nominees. Below is an excerpt from the CNN Political Ticker:

NEW YORK (CNN) — Democratic strategist and CNN analyst James Carville tossed out a provocative idea during a panel discussion on politics Tuesday.

At CNN's America Votes 2008 Breakfast, the chief architect of Bill Clinton's successful 1992 presidential run predicted that former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush will be the Republican nominee in 2008. Jeb is a younger brother of President Bush.

In addition to Carville and [J.C.] Watts, the panel included CNN analysts and contributors Paul Begala, Donna Brazile, Gloria Borger, Bill Bennett, and Amy Holmes.

Here are a few more pictures from the event...

Lou Dobbs & his wife, Debi Segura
credit:Mark Von Holden/Wireimage

Suzanne Malveaux & Wolf Blitzer
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Larry King, Jon Klein, & Wolf Blitzer
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CNN's Emmy Award
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Thanks to Phebe for the tip & to Sheryn for the great pictures!


Sapphire said...

wow looks like the CNN breakfast was the place to be yesterday. Wish I could go lol

Great pics BA!!!!

MWmcFan said...

Is there any way to see the part of the breakfast video that includes the Michael Ware segment?