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Campaign 2012 / Republicans / Iowa / King Interview / A Discussion #1010405

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 26, 2011
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(Studio: Tom Foreman) Next week's caucuses in Iowa previewed. [In interview, Representative Steve KING - says he has not decided who to support in the caucus because no one has expressed an idea on transforming the economic situation: a leader needs to look over the horizon and get us toward a balanced budget; outlines his worries with President Obama's administration; challenges Iowans to make a decision at the precinct caucuses.]

(Studio: Tom Foreman) Live discussion held with Democratic strategist Maria Cardona and GOP strategist Rich Galen about campaign 2012. [CARDONA - assesses what King said about the GOP presidential candidates; notes the president is running against the economy.] [GALEN - says things will become clearer as we move through the political process; comments on former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich's inability to get on the primary ballot and problems he may have in getting people out on caucus night.]

Foreman, Tom

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