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Campaign 2012 / Perry and Bachmann / A Discussion #1003459

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 23, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The exchange of words between Texas Governor Rick Perry and Representative Michele Bachmann about the HPV vaccine updated; details given of their past exchanges about the vaccine, Perry, Merck, campaign donations. [In earlier debate, PERRY, BACHMANN - offer views on the cervical cancer vaccine.] [On "Today," BACHMANN - tells an anecdote about a girl becoming retarded from the vaccine.] [September 19, BACHMANN - defends her remarks about the vaccine.] [From Fox, PERRY - tells an anecdote about a cancer patient.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with CNN's Erick Erickson and Gloria Borger and Tea Party's Dana Loesch about the Perry vaccine politics. [ERICKSON - offers a view on Perry's debate performance.] [LOESCH - calls Perry's performance last night bad; comments on the debate audience last night.] [BORGER - notes debate is a performance art and Perry needs to improve and he has been turned into a moderate before conservative audiences.] [In last night's debate. PERRY - stammers about Mitt Romney's reversing positions.] [ROMNEY - responds.]

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