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Wednesday, January 30, 2008

  • As McCain Wins Florida Primary, Ex-Frontrunner Giuliani Expected to Quit GOP Race

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    McCain’s win positions him as the Republican frontrunner heading into Super Tuesday next week with contests in more than twenty states. At third place, former frontrunner Rudolph Giuliani is widely expected to drop out of the race today and endorse Senator McCain. We speak with Florida radio host and television reporter Jim DeFede and Village Voice senior editor Wayne Barrett, author of two books on Giuliani. [includes rush transcript]

  • Pakistani Opposition Leader Imran Khan on Musharraf, Bhutto and How the US Has Undermined Pakistani Democracy

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    On a visit to the US, legendary cricket star turned politician Imran Khan discusses the challenges he faces opposing the US-backed military government of President Pervez Musharraf. Khan is boycotting the upcoming elections and calling for an end to military action in the embattled border regions of Pakistan. [includes rush transcript]

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