Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Sen. John McCain Talks with Larry King on Wednesday, Oct. 29

Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain appears on CNN’s Larry King Live Wednesday, Oct. 29, at 9 p.m. (ET) for an interview with Larry King, the same evening Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama delivers his paid half-hour television network address. King and McCain will discuss the election and the quest for the presidency with just seven days left in the historic race.

Larry King Live airs nightly from 9-10 p.m. (ET). For more information on upcoming shows or to locate past transcripts, visit http://www.CNN.com/larryking. Wendy Walker is the senior executive producer of Larry King Live.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Larry,
Thanks for the honest questions you continue to ask. Pleeeeease ask Sen. McCain a two part question for me: You (McCain) have been in the US senate for almost three decades and corruption has always been in Washington and Wall Street, why didn't you do something more about it than talking about it two years ago when you probrably knew you would be running for president? Why are you suddenly an agent of change when you could have changed the way Washington work by doing more as a Senator? Finally, Why should we trust YOU REPUBLICANS again when you all have failed us for eight years?

Please Larry, these are fundamental questions before we go to the polls. Thanks, I appreciate it.
Tiffany, CA

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