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Decision 2012 / Obama vs. Romney / Republican National Convention #1029785

NBC Evening News for Monday, Aug 27, 2012
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(Tampa: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Tampa: Chuck Todd) The distraction for presidential candidate Mitt Romney and the Republican Party from Tropical Storm Isaac featured; scenes shown of the convention opening and quickly ending and of a rally in Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan; details given about the “New York Post” report that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie believes Romney will lose; poll findings showing a close race between Romney and President Obama. [ROMNEY – expresses concern for those in the storm’s path.] [RYAN – campaigns.] [Louisiana Governor Bobby JINDAL†- says there is not time for politics along our coast.] [CHRISTIE – denies the rumor.] [On Fox News Sunday, ROMNEY, Ann ROMNEY – talk about shopping at Costco.]

(Tampa: Brian Williams, David Gregory, Andrea Mitchell) The condensing and reformatting of the convention, the cancellation of plans for Vice President Joe Biden and Obama, Romney’s image discussed.

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