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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Excerpts played from the earlier interview with Mitt Romney. [From St. Petersburg, ROMNEY - outlines issues where he has changed his mind; reacts to personal attacks from McCain, who has changed on a number of issues; criticizes several McCain bills that are not conservative ideas.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Amy Holmes and John King and former McCain spokesman Dan Schnur on the Republicans. [SCHNUR, HOLMES - comment on the importance of the Republican race in Florida.] [GERGEN - says former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani was the frontrunner for weeks, but made the mistake of staking everything on Florida.] [KING - says McCain does not have a lot of money, so the question is can he get momentum out of Florida.] [HOLMES - outlines McCain's economic platform: fiscal spending.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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