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Decision 2012 / Huntsman / Perry #1000639

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 21, 2011
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(Washington: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Studio: Andrea Mitchell) The official entry of former ambassador to China Jon Huntsman into the Republican presidential primary race featured; details given about the problems with his announcement event and the controversy over his stand on abortion; web ads shown. [HUNTSMAN – speaks.] [McCain/Palin 2008 communications strategist Mark McKINNON†- outlines Huntsman’s positions.] [NBC political analyst Charlie COOK†- says Huntsman could be the strongest of the bunch.] More resignations from Newt Gingrich’s staff and Mitt Romney’s effort to trade a one dollar bill to a little boy when he only had 100s noted. Texas Governor Rick Perry’s gaffe about social media discussed. [PERRY – says you can follow me on “Tweeter.”]

Williams, Brian;
Mitchell, Andrea

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