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You Decide 2008 #950535

FNC Evening News for Monday, Nov 12, 2007
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) {Note: joined in progress.} RealClearPolitics.com average of polls cited on screen.

(Beaufort, South Carolina: Carl Cameron) The National Right to Life Committee endorsement of Republican presidential candidate Fred Thompson, Senator John McCain’s response to an independent group’s ad in support of him and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney’s criticism of the McCain ad reviewed; scenes shown from the campaign trail in South Carolina and New Hampshire. [McCAIN – comments on the campaign finance reform ads.] [ROMNEY - comments.]

(Studio: Shepard Smith; Washington: Major Garrett) The responses from Democratic presidential candidates Barack Obama and John Edwards to the claims that Senator Hillary Clinton’s campaign planted questions at events and why honesty is a big issue in Iowa and New Hampshire discussed; poll statistics cited.

Reporter(s):
Smith, Shepard;
Cameron, Carl;
Garrett, Major
Duration:
00:04:20

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