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Campaign 2012 / Romney / Immigration / A Discussion #1020754

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 25, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The questions about the shifting positions of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on immigration in light of the Supreme Court hearing on the Arizona immigrant law introduced; his statement on SB 1070 on January 11, quoted. [January 23, February 22, December 21, 2011, Monday, ROMNEY - speaks about self-deportation, a law, the Dream Act, immigration: the visa program.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN political strategists Bay Buchanan and Paul Begala on Romney and immigration. [BEGALA - says Romney has been on an anti-immigration position that hurts him with Hispanics so he is lying now to get the Hispanic vote; states Romney tailors what he says depending on which state he is campaigning in: a flexible guy.] [BUCHANAN - says Romney supports 1070, is not anti-immigrant, sees the Arizona law as a model for other states; accuses President Obama of trampling the Constitution.]

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Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:12:50

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