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Campaign 2012 / Romney and Business / A Discussion #1022405

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 18, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The claims from Mitt Romney that he created 100,000 jobs at Bain in response to the ads from President Obama's camp introduced; Democratic ad claiming Bain closed the business shown. [On HotAir.com, voice of ROMNEY - denies the plant closed on his watch; says we created 100,000 jobs while 100,000 jobs were lost in the auto industry under President Obama.] The jobs claims examined

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with James Carville and Mary Matalin about Romney and his business claims. [MATALIN - explains what private equity does as a growth industry; criticizes Obama policies.] [CARVILLE - defends Obama's job record; criticizes Romney's jobs gained/jobs lost.]

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