For each of the following questions, arrange the sentences A, B, C, and D between sentences 1 and 6 to form a logical sequence with sentence 1 and sentence 6 as the starting sentence and the concluding sentence respectively.
(1) Kerry started his speech that day with a query for the former President.
A- Maybe that will change on July 29, when Kerry gives his acceptance speech.
B- You can bet Kerry will want Clinton on the road every day until November, provided the silver-haired, silver-tongued orator is strategically deployed.
C- Clinton makes a better case for the nominee than Kerry has been able to make for himself.
D- ‘What are you doing every day from now until November?’
(6) Even if it does, Kerry will want Clinton pitching for the ticket through the fall.