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[Last night, Senator John McCAIN - speaks about his comeback in New Hampshire.]
(Grand Rapids, Michigan: John King) The wide open Republican race featured; details given about the issue of immigration for McCain and the strategies for the candidates. [In Michigan, McCAIN - predicts he will win the nomination; promises to create new jobs.] [Mitt ROMNEY - campaigns for Michigan.] [In South Carolina, Mike HUCKABEE - campaigns for human life.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with King, former presidential adviser David Gergen and Republican strategist Ralph Reed about the Republican campaign. [KING - outlines the unknown for McCain in South Carolina where Huckabee has the evangelical support; states former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani is still alive, but....] [In studio, REED - comments on what happened to Fred Thompson's campaign and what McCain will have to do to become the leader of the party coalition.] [From San Mateo, GERGEN - comments on the "wounded" Romney and his need to win the campaign in Michigan and how last night was a nice victory for McCain.]
- King, John;
- Cooper, Anderson
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