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Published on Apr 21, 2008
During an interview with President Bill Clinton on April 21 2008, WHYY reporter Susan Phillips asked him to respond to the fact that some prominent Philadelphia African-American officials, who had originally supported Senator Clinton, went over to Obama after the former president's remarks in South Carolina about Jesse Jackson.
Clinton vehemently defended his record on racial issues.
At the end of the call, the President, evidently unaware that he was still on the line, revealed his feelings about that line of questioning saying, "I don't think I should take any sh*t from anybody about that, do you?"
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