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Arab World / Embassies Attack / Campaign 2012 / A Political Discussion #1030700

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 14, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The position of the Mitt Romney campaign that the unrest in the Arab world directed at the Us would not be happening if Romney were president examined; Romney adviser Ambassador Richard Williamson quoted in the "Washington Post." [vice presidential nominee Paul RYAN - recounts what is happening in the Middle East.] [Representative Michele BACHMANN - says President Obama should agree to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.] [Romney campaign foreign affairs adviser Dan SENOR†, Senator John McCAIN, ROMNEY - criticize Obama on Israeli policy.] The political issue of whether Obama refused to meet Netanyahu in Washington outlined.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Begala and Rich Galen about the campaign and Obama's foreign policy. [GALEN - comments on Williamson's comments about Obama and the Arab world; offers views on the Obama-Netanyahu relationship and the Israeli sense of Obama wanting to appear evenhanded in the Middle East.] [BEGALA - agrees we have to protect our embassies better; comments on the Republicans' general attack on foreign policy when Romney should be talking about the economy; offers views on Ryan's criticism of Obama on Israel.]

Cooper, Anderson

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