NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 19, 2012
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(North Charleston, South Carolina: Ron Mott) The surge for Newt Gingrich in South Carolina with an endorsement from Texas Governor Rick Perry, who ended his own campaign, and questions about his marital record featured; scenes shown of Mitt Romney responding to a question about being wealthy. [From ABC’s "Nightline," ex-wife Marianne GINGRICH - says Newt wanted an open marriage.] [Voter Will McCULLOUGH- comments on questioning Gingrich about his past.] [From “Today,” GINGRICH – responds to Marianne.] [Voters David and Ann CARGILE - support Gingrich.] [ROMNEY – speaks against those who try to divide this nation.]
(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) Gingrich’s momentum in South Carolina while it appears Romney will win Florida and concern among Republican Party leaders, including Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, about Gingrich featured. Mike Huckabee’s denial that he endorsed Gingrich this year noted.
(Studio: Brian Williams; Washington: David Gregory) The crack in the air of inevitability for Romney and the change in the Iowa caucus result discussed.
(Studio: Brian Williams)
(Orlando: Chuck Todd) President Obama’s appearance in Orlando, Florida reviewed; details given about his ad defending the Solyndra issue.
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