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Decision 2012 / Republicans vs. Obama #1021814

NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 27, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Peter Alexander) The battle over substance vs. style in the presidential race between President Obama and Mitt Romney featured; web ad from the American Crossroads super PAC, which is backed by Republican strategist Karl Rove, portraying Obama as superficial, Obama campaign ad with former President Bill Clinton, and Senator John McCain’s 2008 anti-Obama ad shown; scenes shown of Romney on “Late Night with David Letterman.” [Political analyst Darrell WEST†- says Republicans are hoping the same attack can deliver better results.] [Political satirist John SCHACHTER†- notes humor is an effective tool in appealing to masses of people.]

Williams, Brian;
Alexander, Peter

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