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Republican Presidential Debate #882008

FNC Special for Thursday, Jan 10, 2008

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  • Live Fox News coverage and analysis of the Republican presidential candidates debate in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, moderated by Brit Hume (Fox News), Chris Wallace (Fox News), Wendell Goler (Fox News), and Carl Cameron (Fox News), with Republican presidential candidates former Sen. Fred Thompson, former Governor Mitt Romney, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Sen. John McCain, former Governor Mike Huckabee, and Rep. Ron Paul, preceded by intoductory remarks by South Carolina Republican Party Chairman Katon Dawson.
  • Analysis includes the participation of pollster Frank Luntz, former Democratic pollster Pat Caddell, Fox News contributor Kirsten Powers, and unidentified others, and interviews with Sen. McCain, former Governor Romney, former Mayor Giuliani, former Sen. Thompson, and former Governor Huckabee.
  • Reporter(s):
    Wallace, Chris;
    Goler, Wendell;
    Cameron, Carl

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