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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 17, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) How the attack on the US consulate in Libya played in last night's debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney presented. [OBAMA, ROMNEY - comment on the administration calling it an "act of terror."] The issues about the administration's phrasing about events in Libya outlined. [In the Rose Garden, September 12, OBAMA - speaks about the 9/11 attacks and the attack yesterday in Benghazi for which justice will be done.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with David Frum and CNN's Fareed Zakaria about what Obama said about Libya. [FRUM - analyzes what Obama said in the Rose Garden speech: a general statement about "terror"; comments on the false narrative about the war in Libya.] [ZAKARIA - says Obama was referring to acts of terrorism; defines what "terrorism" is.] [FRUM, ZAKARIA - debate whether there is a government in Libya.] [ZAKARIA - talks about his special on gasoline and energy independence.]

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