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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 20, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The facts behind what presidential candidate Mitt Romney said about his father and Dr. Martin Luther King reviewed. [December 6, ROMNEY - says he saw his father march with King.] [Now, ROMNEY - explains what he meant by "saw" as a figure of speech.] [In the past, President Bill CLINTON - comments on the meaning of "is."]

(Des Moines: John King) Who is benefiting among Republicans with the gender gap support problem for Romney examined; CNN polls findings of the support of Iowa women for Mike Huckabee over Romney; details given about the Republicans' view of the issues. [Iowa Republican Richard NATION†, Mike Huckabee supporters Brenda CARNAHAN†, Anita NEEHOUSE†- speak about Huckabee and values.] [ROMNEY - campaigns on the economy, education, Huckabee's pardons.] [University of New Hampshire Andrew SMITH†- cites the problems of running as a social conservative in New Hampshire.] [HUCKABEE - campaigns.] What Romney needs to do to win Iowa despite his deficit among women discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
King, John

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