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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney / Second Term / A Discussion #1033476

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 07, 2012
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(Studio: John King) The response of President George Bush to a question about his second term presented. [Nov. 4, 2004, BUSH - says he intends to spend his political capital.]

(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Cornell Belcher, Alex Castellanos and Rebuild the Dream co-founder Van Jones about second term presidencies and President Obama. [CASTELLANOS - says the pressure is off Obama, who has to deal with debt and economic growth.] [BELCHER - says he can start thinking about his legacy and deal with the "dark horse" issue of poverty.] [JONES - says Obama wants to respond to the black community.]

King, John;
Cooper, Anderson

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