Morning Show Wrap

ABC's Dan Harris reports that some senior Kerry advisors think campaigning with former President Clinton "may come with risks" for swing voters. On Monday night, Clinton defended Kerry against flip-flop charges and earlier that day he rallied with Kerry in Philadelphia. The campaign is deploying Clinton selectively. He will make solo appearances in Miami, Nevada, New Mexico, and Arkansas, "a Republican state that Clinton thinks could be the source of an election day surprise."

ABC's Kate Snow says "Bush advisors are saying the Clinton face time is a sign of desperation." Rove said "they had to roll Clinton out of his hospital room and onto the campaign trail because Kerry's constituencies are so weak." Bush brought his own star power to the campaign trail yesterday as he campaigned with Rudy Giuliani in attempt to appeal to moderates. Snow notes in the final week, the Bush campaign "is emphasizing unflattering comparisons between Bush and Kerry."

SCHWARZENEGGER:

ABC had sound from Schwarzenegger talking about Democratic pumpkins – the orange color of Kerry's tan and the roundness of Teddy Kennedy.

CA PROP. 71:

On NBC's "Today", Brad Pitt and a Pediatric Endocrinologist discussed the benefits of stem cell research and advocate California proposition 71. The President of the California Nurses Association discussed why she was against the proposition.

On NBC's "Today", Brad Pitt and a Pediatric Endocrinologist discussed the benefits of stem cell research and advocate California proposition 71. The President of the California Nurses Association discussed why she was against the proposition.

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