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Campaign 2008 / Republican Debate / A Discussion #884263

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 30, 2008
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[At the California debate, Senator John McCAIN - says he unequivocally backed the surge in Iraq.]

(Reagan Library: Anderson Cooper) The Republican debate between McCain, Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee reviewed.

(Reagan Library: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, Roland Martin, Bill Bennett and John King about the debate. [BENNETT, BORGER - offer an assessment of the debate and the issue of the support for the surge in Iraq.] [MARTIN, BENNETT - comment on Romney's view that McCain is too liberal.] [KING, BORGER, MARTIN - talk about political records.] Debate material: [ROMNEY - says he has not proposed a secret date for withdrawal: that it is dirty tricks.] [McCAIN - comments on his newspaper endorsements.]

Cooper, Anderson

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