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Decision 2012 / Romney's Taxes / Debate #1016062

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 24, 2012
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(Washington: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's release of his tax returns featured; his tax rate vs. that of President Obama and rival Newt Gingrich compared; tax figures cited. [Independent tax attorney Matthew CAMPIONE†- notes at this wealth level you get more in capital gains and qualified dividends.] [Romney campaign legal counsel Benjamin GINSBERG†- says there are not many people who pay at a higher rate than they are supposed to.] [In interview, ROMNEY – says there is nothing to hide.]

(Washington: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Tampa: Peter Alexander) The fight among the candidates for Florida featured; scenes shown from last night’s debate; scenes shown of Gingrich in Sarasota. [Today, ROMNEY – criticizes Obama.] [In debate, ROMNEY, GINGRICH, Rick SANTORUM – spar.] [Today, GINGRICH – criticizes the rules limiting crowd outbursts at the debate.] [In Christian Broadcasting Network interview, GINGRICH – says he has confessed his weaknesses.]

Williams, Brian;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Alexander, Peter

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