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Campaign 2008 / Republican Debate / A Discussion #884281

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 30, 2008
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[Representative Ron PAUL - says we have to cut some spending.]

(Reagan Library: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, Bill Bennett, David Gergen and Amy Holmes following the Republican campaign debate between Senator John McCain, Mitt Romney, Paul and Mike Huckabee. [BENNETT - says the title of commander-in-chief fits McCain.] [From Boston, GERGEN - explains why Romney is running second, not first, because he ran as someone he was not.] [HOLMES - comments on the McCain endorsement from Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and on the commander-in-chief issue.] Debate material: [McCAIN - comments on Romney, the businessman while his own experience qualifies him to lead.] [ROMNEY - says governors have the experience as executive leaders while senators are legislators.]

Cooper, Anderson

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