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Campaign 2012 / Perry #1003536

ABC Evening News for Monday, Sep 26, 2011
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The CNN/ORC International poll standing of the Republican presidential candidates with the faltering Texas Governor Rick Perry in the lead outlined on screen.

(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The prospects for having New Jersey Governor Chris Christie enter the race examined; "Saturday Night Live" spoof of Perry in the debate shown; details given about the win by longshot Herman Cain in the Florida straw poll. [Republican pollster Frank LUNTZ†- says Republicans are so excited about Christie.] [In April, CHRISTIE - says he is not running.] The news about former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's threat to sue Joe McGinnis about the book about Palin and her family discussed.

Sawyer, Diane;
Karl, Jonathan

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