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Mitt Romney Vice Presidential Running Mate Announcement #1028609

CNN Special for Saturday, Aug 11, 2012

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  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of Republican presidential candidate former Governor Mitt Romney's speech in Norfolk, Virginia announcing Rep. Paul Ryan as his vice presidential running mate, followed by a speech by Rep. Ryan, and preceded by a portion of an introductory speech by Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell.
  • Analysis includes the participation of TheDailyBeast.com Senior Political Columnist John Avlon, Democratic strategist James Carville, Republican strategist Ari Fleischer, radio talk show host Bill Bennett, former Rep. Newt Gingrich, and Rep. Eric Cantor, and taped excerpts of statements by Rep. Ryan, Vice President Joe Biden, Romney, and Romney Senior Adviser Beth Myers, and President Barack Obama.
  • Reporter(s):
    Acosta, Jim;
    King, John;
    Borger, Gloria;
    Crowley, Candy;
    Gergen, David;
    Keilar, Brianna;
    Brazile, Donna;
    Hamby, Peter

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