Description: DVD, NEWSFEED 1/23/04 HOWARD DEAN'S ROWDY SPEECH, JOHN KERRY, JOHN EDWARDS, WESLEY CLARK, LAURA BUSH SPEECH, HILLARY CLINTON SPEECH; INT John Kerry waves to supporters, speaks @ podium, Howard Dean shakes hands @ fast food restaurant; INT Dean gives his now infamous war cry speech, Jay Leno makes fun of Dean's speech on The Tonight Show; INT Dean waves, Dean look alike restrained a la Hannibal Lecter, Dean states he's going to win (calmly);INT crowd cheers Wesley Clark, John Edwards raises fist, John Kerry holds baby, cu shaking hands, T/H Spanish reporter; INT Laura Bush speaks @ podium, discusses value of libraries & museums and the impact they have on children; INT Mrs. Bush introduces Dr. Bob Martin - chairman of museums & libraries, Dr. Martin takes podium;INT Dr. Martin speaks for a while, discusses reforming free libraries & library renovation; INT Dr. Martin calls Mrs. Bush up to hand awards to recipients who accept award & pose for photos w/Mrs. Bush;INT pan to audience members, pan back up to awards presentation, little girl receives certificate, pan to audience clapping; INT Mrs. Bush returns to podium to wrap up presentation, crowd applauds, gets up; INT T/H Hillary Clinton gives speech @ Pro-Choice America function, spends most of the speech slamming republican agenda; INT Mrs. Clinton speaks of the importance of choice not just as women's rights but civil rights; INT Mrs. Clinton discusses right to privacy, recalls Pres. Bush's most recent State of the Union address; INT Mrs. Clinton wraps up speech to applause, leaves podium, ws pan across ballroom as chairwoman speaks; INT Var shots of mostly women sitting @ dinner tables listening to speech & applauding, some eating & drinking as well; INT ws woman speaks @ podium, ws pan across ballroom;
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