Morning Show Summary

Various Networks

Networks all featured reports on Sen. Kennedy’s health.

On NBC’s “Today,” President Bush defended his Mideast policy.

ABC’s “Good Morning America” aired interview with Obama and his wife.

On MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Clinton spokesman Howard Wolfson said Obama is taking premature “victory laps,” and Clinton has come back every time pundits write her off. Said she will actively campaign in Puerto Rico, Montana and South Dakota.

Also on “Joe,” Obama strategist David Axelrod said he thinks Obama will put many swing states in play in the fall, including Colorado and Minnesota. Said a candidate’s primary performance often does not predict general election performance.

And on “Joe,” Clinton supporter Wesley Clark.

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