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Campaign 2012 / South Carolina #1012552

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 21, 2012
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(Studio: David Muir) Issues in the exit poll findings from the South Carolina primary outlined on screen; photos shown of Mitt Romney and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich at the same diner.

(Columbia, South Carolina: Jonathan Karl) The Republican race in South Carolina with indications Gingrich may win the state featured; scenes shown of Romney and Gingrich at the same Greenville diner, from the debates and the attack ads against Romney. [ROMNEY - says let's see Newt's reports on Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac.] [At the diner, Callista GINGRICH - comments.] The money advantage for the Romney campaign noted.

(Studio: David Muir, Amy Walter, Matthew Dowd) The poll numbers from South Carolina, the "hot" debates that have helped Gingrich and how late deciders may change the race discussed.

Reporter(s):
Muir, David;
Karl, Jonathan;
Amy, David Muir,
Duration:
00:06:00

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