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Campaign 2008 / Republicans / Florida / A Discussion #883660

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 25, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The standings of the Republican presidential candidates in the latest CNN poll in Florida outlined on screen.

(Miami: Gary Tuchman) Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, going for broke in Florida, featured; scenes shown of Giuliani in Cuban-American "Little Havana" in Miami and from a retirement community. [GIULIANI - addresses the Cubans in Florida.] ["Miami Herald" Oscar CORRAL†- cites Giuliani's strategy.] [Former New Yorker Phyllis RICHLAND†, Century Village Republican Club Ray AGOSTINI†- back Rudy.] [Mike HUCKABEE - speaks against Fidel Castro.] [In response to reporter's question, GIULIANI - says it is a wide-open race.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Republican strategists Terry Holt and author Leslie Sanchez about Giuliani's campaign. [HOLT - says it will be a sharp blow if former Giuliani does not win in Florida because momentum has shifted; comments on how Senator John McCain fares against Mitt Romney here.] [SANCHEZ - comments on the "New York Times"' criticism of Giuliani; assesses the rate across the state where the economy is very important.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The "whisper" in last night's debate just before Romney answered a question about taxes from the moderator noted. [ROMNEY - says he will not race taxes.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary
Duration:
00:08:10

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