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Decision 2012 / Republican National Convention #1029812

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 29, 2012
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(Tampa: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Tampa: Ron Mott) Republican running mate Representative Paul Ryan's appearance at the Republican National Convention tonight previewed; scenes shown of him checking out the podium with his kids and of last night’s speeches by Ann Romney and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. [17-year-old delegate Evan DRAIM††- comments on the challenge to make politics cool and vibrant for young people.] [A. ROMNEY – says she and Mitt have a real marriage; talks about love.] [CHRISTIE – says we’re going to choose respect over love.] [Ryan’s wife Janna RYAN††- speaks.]

(Tampa: Brian Williams) Live in-studio interview held with Ann Romney about her speech last night. [ROMNEY – comments on using the teleprompter; responds to Christie not mentioning Mitt’s name for 16 minutes; says her intent was to speak from her heart to other people’s hearts; explains what she meant about Mitt saving America.]

Williams, Brian;
Mott, Ron

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