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Kerry Speaks at DNC

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Sen. Kerry salutes after addressing the DNC (AP)
Sen. Kerry salutes after addressing the DNC (AP)

Massachusetts Senator John Kerry says America is closer to electing a Democrat president now than it was four years ago when he was the party nominee.

Kerry made numerous references to his failed presidential campaign of 2004, even poking fun at some of his most memorable gaffes. "Candidate McCain says he would vote against the immigration bill that Senator McCain wrote," Kerry said. "Talk about being for it before you're against it!"

>>Listen to Sen. Kerry's complete remarks. (NPR)

This program aired on August 27, 2008. The audio for this program is not available.

Adam Ragusea Reporter/Associate Producer
Adam Ragusea was formerly a reporter and producer for WBUR.


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