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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 27, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A statement from White House adviser David Axelrod that it will take a titanic struggle to get President Obama re-elected noted. The Republican struggle to find a candidate that can win introduced. A statement from New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's brother Todd that he will not run quoted. [In 2010, twice, CHRISTIE - says he is not ready to be president.] A "New York Times" report that former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin may make a announcement soon noted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer, Tea Party's Dana Loesch and former chief of staff for Representative Michele Bachmann Ron Carey about the Republicans. [FLEISCHER†- says it is too late for Christie; comments on the pressure of a presidential race and how if Palin ran it could be a dream come true for Mitt Romney with a conservative split; notes the "no frontrunner" issue.] [LOESCH - comments on Christie's word choice about "ready"; assesses a Palin campaign.] [CAREY - comments on Palin's options, Texas Governor Rick Perry's campaign and how Romney wants a fragmented opposition.]

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Cooper, Anderson
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00:08:20

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