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Republican Presidential Candidates Debate #1007045

BLOOM Special for Tuesday, Oct 11, 2011

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  • Live Bloomberg coverage and analysis of the Republican presidential candidates debate at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, hosted by Charlie Rose (Bloomberg) with Karen Tumulty of the "Washington Post" and Julianna Goldman (Bloomberg), and Republican presidential candidates former Governor John Huntsman, Rep. Michele Bachmann, Governor Rick Perry, businessman Herman Cain, former Sen. Rick Santorum, former Rep. Newt Gingrich, Rep. Ron Paul, and former Governor Mitt Romney.
  • Analysis includes the participation of former Sen. John Sununu, Herman Cain, Rep. Michelle Bachmann, and former Obama chief economist Austan Goolsbee.
  • NOTE: Because the beginning of this debate was acquired from Bloomberg's rebroadcast of it, a running clock starting at 00:00:00 was subsequently added to the entire recording to facilitate research and retrieval.
  • Reporter(s):
    Dowd, Matthew;
    Goldman, Julianna;
    O'Leary, Lizzie;
    Hughes, Megan;
    Hunt, Al
    Duration:
    02:27:00

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