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Hadassah Lieberman is the wife of the Democratic candidate for vice president, Connecticut Sen. Joseph Lieberman. She joins Diane to talk about the reaction to the nomination of her husband, a Jewish man, to the number two position in the government, and about her own story and what role she might play in a Gore-Lieberman administration.
- Hadassah Lieberman wife of the Democratic candidate for vice president, Connecticut Sen. Joseph Lieberman
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