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Campaign 2008 / Michigan Primary #882564

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 15, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Studio: Abbi Tatton) The response on the Internet to the victory in the Republican primary in Michigan by Mitt Romney reviewed; blogs quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, John King, Gloria Borger, Jeff Toobin) Live discussion held about the significance of the outcome of Michigan primary: the "mischief" of the liberal blog support for Romney, what Mike Huckabee needs to do in South Carolina with his populist message, the problems for Senator John McCain and Fred Thompson in South Carolina, how McCain is the Republican "successor."

(Charleston, South Carolina: Studio: Mary Snow) The scene at McCain headquarters after the loss in Michigan reviewed. [McCAIN - says tomorrow we get up and fight in South Carolina.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Tatton, Abbi;
John, Anderson Cooper,;
, Studio
Duration:
00:08:40

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