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Campaign 2012 / New Hampshire / Debates #1011356

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 08, 2012
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(Manchester: David Muir) The question of whether Mitt Romney's momentum can be stopped introduced; photos shown from last night's debate in New Hampshire.

(Exeter, New Hampshire: Jake Tapper) The front runner and the challengers featured; scenes shown from the Exeter high school and last night's debate in Manchester. [In Rochester, ROMNEY - says he worried about getting fired.] [In debates, Rick SANTORUM - speaks against class and against Romney.] [Former Speaker of the House Newt GINGRICH - says we set the stage for South Carolina.] Representative Ron Paul's strong showing in the debate noted.

(Manchester: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Manchester: Jonathan Karl) The scorecard for the two major debates presented. [In ABC debate, GINGRICH, ROMNEY, PAUL - debate and criticize each other.] [In NBC debate, SANTORUM, ROMNEY - bicker.] [Jon HUNTSMAN - speaks Chinese; defends serving his country.]

(Manchester: David Muir) Tuesday's coverage of the New Hampshire primary noted.

Reporter(s):
Muir, David;
Tapper, Jake;
Karl, Jonathan
Duration:
00:06:10

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