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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 29, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The road ahead for Republicans after last night's debate introduced.

(Washington: John King) The immigration, abortion and gay marriage issues for the Republicans on the road to Iowa examined. [In last night's debate, Mitt ROMNEY, Fred THOMPSON, former New York City Mayor Rudolph GIULIANI, Mike HUCKABEE - offer views on immigration.] [In "Boston Globe," November 30, 2005, voice of ROMNEY; in 1996, GIULIANI - talk softer about immigrants.] [Senator John McCAIN - says there is a human side to the issue.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer, political adviser Hank Sheinkopf† and CNN's John King and Tom Foreman on the GOP race. [FLEISCHER, SHEINKOPF, FOREMAN, KING - comment on the Republicans, the debate, the public's anger and what the campaign is about in two different states, Iowa and New Hampshire, the opening for Huckabee with his tax views, how wide open is the race for both sides, the audience view of attack/negative politics, anti-war Republican Ron Paul's appeal to independents, the problems for Senator John McCain, the question of authenticity, the appeal of Giuliani, the anger against President Bush, the militant middle.]

Cooper, Anderson;
King, John

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