By Andrea Mitchell, Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent for NBC News
Yesterday on Hardball, I was slated to talk about what I'd learned about several developments in both the Republican and Democratic campaigns: Fred Thompson's "exploration" of a possible candidacy, Chuck Hagel's decision to punt - for now, and the fuss over Hillary Clinton's New Hampshire remarks about JFK. At the end of the conversation, I was asked a question about the public's support of a Libby pardon. I mistakenly flipped the numbers that I had read earlier in the day and I want to correct the record. According to a CNN poll, 69 percent of those questioned oppose a pardon for Libby. Only 18 percent support it. Apologies for the unintentional error to all of you loyal Hardball viewers.