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Campaign 2012 / Iowa Caucuses / Santorum / A Discussion (Part II) #1011539

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 04, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The whereabouts of the six remaining Republican presidential candidates the day after the Iowa caucuses reviewed. [In New Hampshire, Rick SANTORUM - campaigns.]

(Atlanta: Gary Tuchman) Santorum's "vision" examined; details given about his view on homosexuality and marriage from 2003, on contraception in 2011 and on national defense. [SANTORUM - promises a rematch with Mitt Romney.] [January 1, in 2011, SANTORUM - comments on black people, human life under the Constitution, defends his opinion as a Catholic, Iran.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's Mary Matalin, Cornell Belcher and Rich Galen about the campaign 2012, Santorum. [MATALIN, GALEN, BELCHER - offer views on Santorum in Iowa, his views, the meat grinder of a long campaign, the vying to be the conservative selection, Romney.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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