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Campaign 2012 / Iowa / Santorum / A Discussion #1010973

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 02, 2012
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(Boone, Iowa: Jim Acosta) The surge for Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum in Iowa examined; scenes shown from the campaign trail; details given of his positions on controversial issues. [SANTORUM - talks about resources, his 2006 Senate election loss, the Terry Schiavo case.] [Mitt ROMNEY - campaigns.] [Santorum supporter Jim Bob DUGGAR†- comments.]

(Des Moines: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Tea Party organizer Dana Loesch, former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer and Democratic strategist Paul Begala about Iowa and Santorum. [In Des Moines, BEGALA; LOESCH, FLEISCHER - offer views on Santorum, his surge in Iowa and his role after Iowa.] Other material: [In Iowa, SANTORUM - campaigns as the best alternative.] [In CNN interview, Representative Ron PAUL - calls Santorum a liberal.]

Acosta, Jim;
Cooper, Anderson

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