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Decision 2012 / Obama vs. Romney / Vice Presidential Debate / Libya Consulate #1032884

NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 12, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Last night’s debate between Vice President Joe Biden and vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan introduced.

(Lancaster, Ohio: Ron Mott) The debate reviewed; scenes shown of Ryan with presidential candidate Mitt Romney today, Biden laughing at and cutting off Ryan last night. [Last night, RYAN, BIDEN – argue over the attack on the US consulate in Libya and other issues.] [Today, former President Bill CLINTON – criticizes Romney’s opposition to the auto bailout.] [2 VOTERS – express views on who won the debate.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(White House: Chuck Todd) The campaign focus on the administration’s handling of security at the Libya consulate on this day after the debate featured. [ROMNEY – says Biden contradicted the testimony of State Department officials.] [White House press secretary Jay CARNEY – says decisions about security personnel are made at the State Department.] [Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON – says we do not have all the answers.]

(Studio: Brian Williams; Washington: David Gregory) Biden’s gesturing in the debate discussed.

Williams, Brian;
Mott, Ron;
Todd, Chuck;
Gregory, David

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