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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 22, 2015
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(Studio: John Berman) The rise of Ted Cruz behind Donald Trump in the Republican presidential election campaign introduced; poll figures cited.

(Washington: Dana Bash) Cruz's likability problem examined; details given about why Republicans don't like him. [Representative Peter KING - criticizes Cruz.] [CRUZ - says it could be a two man race; says he does not work for the party bosses; notes he is liked back home.] What the establishment might do if Cruz got the nomination discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live interview held with King about Cruz. [KING - blames Cruz for the government shutdown; outlines other problems with Cruz's point of view; explains how Donald Trump is so controversial the field has opened.] Live discussion held with CNN's Amanda Carpenter & Ana Navarro about Cruz & the party. [CARPENTER, NAVARRO - offer views on Cruz & the Republicans.]

Berman, John;
Bash, Dana

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