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Campaign 2008 / Huckabee / Perkins Interview #881705

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 04, 2008
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[Presidential candidate Mike HUCKABEE - talks about the race that started here in Iowa.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The question of whether Huckabee's win in Iowa will give him momentum in New Hampshire examined; details given about his current campaigning on change. [HUCKABEE - campaigns.] [CNN pal analyst Bill SCHNEIDER†- talks about what they like/don't like in New Hampshire; suggests winning can lead to money.] [On the plane, HUCKABEE - comments.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Family Research Council president Tony Perkins on Huckabee and values voters. [From Baton Rouge, Louisiana, PERKINS - calls it a shootout won over the establishment; comments on Huckabee's campaign appeal to conservatives; states he and Senator Barack Obama are "real."]

Cooper, Anderson

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