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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney / A Discussion #1029146

CNN Evening News for Monday, Aug 20, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The tone of the presidential election campaign introduced; details given about the issue of Mitt Romney at Bain. [ROMNEY - speaks against President Obama and the truth.] [At news conference, in response to reporter question, OBAMA - says no one accused Romney of being a felon.] [July 12, Obama campaign's Stephanie CUTTER†- links Romney and a felony at Bain.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; studio: Wolf Blitzer, Dana Bash) Obama's precise denial that Romney has been accused of a felony, how both sides are saying things in the campaign that are not correct, the role of superPAC ads and fairness discussed. [CNN's David GERGEN - says Cutter introduced the idea of Romney being a felon; feels the attack ads are working better for Obama.]

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