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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney / Mormon Church (Part I) #1029207

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 22, 2012
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The coming nomination of the first member of the Mormon faith to run for president noted.

(Studio: Dan Harris) A look inside the Mormon church presented; details given about the faith's beliefs: secrecy, The Book of Mormon as addition to the Bible and Jesus, who will establish his kingdom on Earth in Missouri; Mormon TV ad shown. [Mitt ROMNEY - says he is running for commander-in-chief.] ["A Peculiar People" author J. Spencer FLUHMAN†- recalls the bitter history of the church and the Mormon message.] [Brigham Young University Robert MILLET†- talks about the Bible.] The Mormon view on caffeine {hot drinks} discussed.

Sawyer, Diane;
Harris, Dan

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