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Decision 2012 / Florida #1016079

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jan 23, 2012
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(Tampa: Brian Williams) The Republican presidential race with a win in South Carolina for Newt Gingrich introduced.

(Tampa: Peter Alexander) Mitt Romney's new confrontational approach in Florida after losing in South Carolina featured; his anti-Gingrich ad shown. [ROMNEY – calls Gingrich erratic; calls for Gingrich to release records from the ethics investigation.] [GINGRICH – calls Romney desperate.] [In interview, ROMNEY – says ours isn’t the party of anger.] Rick Santorum’s failure to refute a voter’s claim that President Obama is a Muslim noted.

(Tampa: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Tampa: Andrea Mitchell) Questions about whether Gingrich used the tax-exempt political organization, American Solutions for Winning the Future, for personal expenses examined; details given about trips on which he promoted his book and his documentary film and about the organization’s link to Sheldon Adelson††, who has donated to Gingrich’s super PAC. [University of Minnesota professor Larry JACOBS†- cites the 527 tax code regarding campaign finance.] [Democracy 21 president Fred WERTHEIMER†- says this looks very questionable.]

(Tampa: Brian Williams, David Gregory, Chuck Todd) The campaign problems for Romney and Gingrich discussed.

(Tampa: Brian Williams) NBC coverage of tonight’s debate announced.

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Alexander, Peter;
Mitchell, Andrea;
David, Brian Williams,
Duration:
00:08:40

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