The chairman of the Democrats says the terse language in the Clinton and Obama camps is "not poisoning the well".
Howard Dean, the former governor and presidential candidate who now is the chairman of the Democratic National Committee, says that the tough rhetoric in the primaries will prepare the candidates for the rough and tumble of the general election. During a visit to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Dean spoke with Reuters correspondent John Mastrini about the hectic campaign schedule, generational change in the U.S. electorate, the economic stimulus package and perceptions of U.S. politics in Europe.
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