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Hurricane Sandy / New Jersey / Obama Visit / Menendez Interview #1033070

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 31, 2012
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(Hoboken: Anderson Cooper) The aftermath of the superstorm Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey and New York City reviewed; scenes shown of the destruction, rooftop rescues, the Jersey shore.

(White House: Jessica Yellin) The visit to New Jersey by President Obama and Governor Chris Christie featured; scenes shown from Hoboken of the president greeting the people. [CHRISTIE, OBAMA - thank each other.] [OBAMA - promises to return phone calls in 15 minutes; says it is about neighbors helping neighbors.] The politics of the superstorm in New Hampshire and Virginia noted. Obama's return to the campaign trail tomorrow and his attack on the ad from Mitt Romney claiming Obama sold out Chrysler in the auto industry bailout discussed.

(Hoboken: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Senator Bob Menendez about the situation in New Jersey. [MENENDEZ - says it is about getting electricity back on, coordinating federal and state relief efforts with the president; describes examples of devastation from the storm surge.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Yellin, Jessica
Duration:
00:11:20

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