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Campaign 2012 / Iowa Caucuses / Gingrich / A Discussion #1010966

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 02, 2012
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(Des Moines: Anderson Cooper) The Iowa caucuses previewed. "Des Moines Register" and ARG polls ranking the six presidential candidate outlined on screen. [Mitt ROMNEY - campaigns.]

(Independence, Iowa: Gary Tuchman) The strange campaign from former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich presented. [GINGRICH - admits he thinks he will not win.] [In interview, GINGRICH - promises a changed approach in New Hampshire against Romney.] [GINGRICH - criticizes negative ads; states a position on ethanol.]

(Des Moines: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Candy Crowley and David Gergen about Iowa. [In Des Moines, CROWLEY - talks about Gingrich's money, the fluidity of the race.] [In a studio, GERGEN - says Gingrich is furious about the negative ads; suggests Romney has to break out in Iowa.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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