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NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 17, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Columbia, South Carolina: Peter Alexander) The targeting of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney by his rivals as they campaign in South Carolina featured; scenes shown from last night’s debate; details given of the pressure on Romney to release his tax returns. [In debate, Rick PERRY, Rick SANTORUM – criticize Romney.] [ROMNEY – explains where his income comes from.] [Ron PAUL – defends his anti-Santorum campaign ad.] [Newt GINGRICH – says he’ll help poor people learn how to get a job.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) The announcement that President Obama will deliver his acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina and questions about this location reported.

Williams, Brian;
Alexander, Peter

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