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Republican Presidential Candidates Debate #657753

CNN Special for Saturday, Jan 13, 1996

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  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of a debate in Des Moines, Iowa among Republican presidential candidates Alan Keyes, Morry Taylor, Sen. Richard Lugar, Steve Forbes, Patrick Buchanan, Rep. Robert Dornan, former Governor Lamar Alexander, Sen. Phil Gramm, and Sen. Robert Dole, moderated by Dennis Ryerson of the "Des Moines Register".
  • Taped segment with Marc Watts (CNN), Forbes, Iowa Republican Party Chairman Brian Kennedy, Dole, Alexander, and Gramm.
  • Taped segment with Gene Randall (CNN), then VP George Bush, and political analyst Hugh Winebrenner.
  • Taped segment with Bruce Morton (CNN) and Dole.
  • Taped excerpts of statements by the Republican presidential candidates.
  • Analysis includes the participation of Republican pollster Craig Tufty, David Yepsen of "Des Moines Register" Editor, and political analyst Robert Novak of the "Chicago Sun-Times".

  • Reporter(s):
    Randall, Gene;
    Morton, Bruce;
    Watts, Marc;
    Shaw, Bernard
    Duration:
    02:28:00

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