ABC Evening News for Friday, May 11, 2012
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(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The controversy over charges that presidential candidate Mitt Romney was a bully in high school examined; details given from the "Washington Post" report that Romney forcibly cut a gay student's hair 48 years ago. [For WSOC, ROMNEY - admits to doing stupid things in high school.] [Yesterday, ROMNEY - says he does not remember the incident.] The debate over whether something so far in the past is relevant today noted; examples of the TV debate shown; President Obama's book story about mistreating Coretta quoted.
(Studio: David Muir) Obama's fund raiser in Hollywood led by actor George Clooney noted. [OBAMA - talks about playing basketball with George.]
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