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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney / Romney and Clint / Money Trail #1029921

ABC Evening News for Friday, Aug 31, 2012
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(Studio: Jake Tapper) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The campaigning by Mitt Romney after the Republican National Convention featured; scenes shown from last night's speeches and a Romney family video. [ROMNEY - jokes about Obama; says we will deliver it for America.] [Actor/director Clint EASTWOOD - jokes about President Obama.] The reaction of Romney's camp to the Eastwood performance discussed.

(Studio: Jake Tapper) Report introduced.

(Tampa: Brian Ross) The Romney money trail examined; scenes shown of parties for donors, from the convention and the yacht for the Victory Council donors. [Center for Public Integrity founder Charles LEWIS†- complains about the secrecy.] [Sunlight Foundation director Ellen MILLER†- says the public should know who is giving.] [Center for Responsible Politics Sheila KRUMHOLZ†- says Romney's campaign has not released the names of its bundlers.]

(Studio: Jake Tapper) Next week's coverage of the money trail at the Democratic National Convention noted.

(Studio: Jake Tapper) How Romney was the first Republican candidate since 1952 not to mention war in his convention speech noted.

Tapper, Jake;
Karl, Jonathan;
Ross, Brian

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