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Campaign 2012 / Romney / High School #1021944

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 11, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A "Washington Post" report that presidential candidate Mitt Romney was a bully in high school introduced; details given about the case of homosexual student John Lauber whose hair was cut by Romney and Romney's response to the story& apology. [ROMNEY - admits to doing stupid things in high school.] [Yesterday, on Fox, ROMNEY - says he had no idea about sexual orientation in the 1960s.] Several examples of apologies shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, James Carville and Erick Erickson about the Romney issue. [CARVILLE, ERICKSON, BORGER - offer views on this story and Romney's response to it.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Romney's views on gay adoption noted. [ROMNEY - says all states but one allow gay adoption, so....] [Yesterday on Fox, ROMNEY - says adopting is legal, but marriage is a departure.] The Gallup Poll in response to President Obama's support of same-sex marriage cited.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:12:00

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