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Campaign 2012 / Romney / Bain / US Olympic Team Uniforms #1025907

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 13, 2012
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) Report introduced.

(Washington: Wyatt Andrews) Presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s role at Bain Capital examined; details given about the claims from President Obama’s campaign that Romney was involved in outsourcing US jobs to low-wage countries while Romney claims he was on leave to run the Olympics; campaign ad shown. [June 14, ROMNEY – says he wants more good jobs for the American people.] [Former SEC investigator Tom SPORKIN††- says he could have been on a leave of absence.]

(Studio: Anthony Mason) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jan Crawford) Romney’s response to Obama’s claims featured. [In interview from Laconia, New Hampshire, ROMNEY – says this statement is beneath the dignity of the presidency and personal attacks have to stop; denies he managed Bain after 1999; says Obama owes him an apology.] Romney’s reaction to the US Olympic uniforms that were made in China discussed. [ROMNEY – says he will not weigh in.]

(Studio: Anthony Mason) Designer Ralph Lauren’s announcement that the uniforms for the next Olympics will be made in the US reported.

Mason, Anthony;
Andrews, Wyatt;
Crawford, Jan

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