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Campaign 2008 / Iowa #880711

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 15, 2007
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(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(White House: Savannah Guthrie) the genuine suspense about the nominees in both parties in campaign 2008 examined; details given about the dead heat in Iowa for Democrats and of the Republican race in which Mitt Romney clashed with Mike Huckabee. [On PBS, former President Bill CLINTON - jokes Hillary might win this thing in Iowa.] [Senator Barack OBAMA - responds.] [MSNBC political analyst Howard FINEMAN†- raises questions about Senator Hillary Clinton.] [Republican former New York City Mayor Rudolph GIULIANI - campaigns.] [NBC political analyst Charlie COOK†- talks about Giuliani's need to hold strong.] [ROMNEY - speaks about Huckabee.] [NBC News political director Chuck TODD†- says there are three plausible Democratic nominees and four plausible Republican nominees.]

(Studio: Lester Holt; Washington: John Harwood) The drama in the presidential election campaign in Iowa, including the two challenges for Huckabee, who has become a favorite of the religious right, how the candidates campaigned to get the Iowa newspaper endorsement and how former Senator John Edwards could win in Iowa discussed.

(Studio: Lester Holt) Romney's appearance tomorrow on "Meet the Press" noted.

Holt, Lester;
Guthrie, Savannah;
Harwood, John

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