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Campaign 2012 / Republicans / Romney / Jobs / A Discussion #1011299

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 06, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The resurgence of Mitt Romney in the CNN/ORC poll of the Republican presidential candidates outlined on screen; scenes shown of the various candidates; details given about the monthly job numbers and what the GOP candidates said about the statistics. [President OBAMA - talks about jobs.] [Rick SANTORUM, former Speaker of the House Newt GINGRICH; many times, ROMNEY - criticize Obama's economic policy and on jobs.] [January 3, ROMNEY - talks about jobs he created in Massachusetts.] The actual figures on jobs created at Romney's companies reviewed. A graph of job created/lost since 2008 outlined on screen.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's James Carville, Erick Erickson and Alex Castellanos about the Campaign 2012 and the economy and job numbers. [CARVILLE, ERICKSON, CASTELLANOS - offer views on jobs, the political interpretations of the jobs figures, Romney's poll numbers, Texas Governor Rick Perry's candidacy.]

Cooper, Anderson

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