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Campaign 2008 / Giuliani / Billing #879274

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 29, 2007
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Questions from politico.com about presidential candidate former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's financial billing practices while mayor examined; details given about how security funding was billed. [In Couric interview, GIULIANI - calls it a false story with this billing practice and reimbursement going on in his first term; believes a political opponent did it; restates it is not true.] [Mayor Koch's budget director Alair TOWNSEND‡- says they were tucking money away.] [Politico.com editor John HARRIS - questions the billing practice.]

(Studio: Jeff Greenfield) A fact check on the messages in last night's Republican debate examined; details given about Mitt Romney and Giuliani on immigration and other issues. [ROMNEY, GIULIANI - bicker over the illegal immigration issue.] [Senator John McCAIN, ROMNEY - bicker over whether waterboarding is torture.] [Mike HUCKABEE - jokes about Jesus; defends tuition for the children of illegals.] [NationalReview.com Jim GERAGHTY†- assesses the Republicans.]

(Studio: Katie Couric; Washington: Bob Schieffer) The significance of last night's political debate that had an air of "meanness" with candidate Huckabee coming off best and now poses a real threat to Romney and how the Democratic race will get more intense between Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama discussed.

Couric, Katie;
Greenfield, Jeff;
Schieffer, Bob

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