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Decision 2008 / Republicans / Immigration / Giuliani Expenses #885645

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 29, 2007
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: David Gregory) The debate over immigration among the Republican presidential candidates featured. [In St. Petersburg debate last night, Rudolph GIULIANI, Mitt ROMNEY; in Iowa, Mike HUCKABEE, ROMNEY – bicker.] [Conservative commentator Pat BUCHANAN†- says it’s become the 3rd rail in Republican politics.] [Senator John McCAIN – speaks against rhetoric that contributes nothing to the national dialog.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: John Yang) Criticism of Giuliani's record as mayor of New York City examined; campaign ad shown; details given of questions about security expenses during his extramarital affair with Judith Nathan. [Last night, GIULIANI – says he had nothing to do with the handling of the records.] [Former New York City Deputy Mayor Randy MASTRO†- defends the billing practices.] [Saturday, GIULIANI – touts his record as mayor.] ["New York Times" Michael COOPER†- states Giuliani will exaggerate or get things wrong.]

Williams, Brian;
Gregory, David;
Yang, John

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