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Politics / Palin Interview / A Discussion #952771

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 11, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Twitter {ed.: Facebook} posting from former Governor Sarah Palin about her interview with Oprah Winfrey quoted.

(Washington: Candy Crowley) Palin's campaign for her new book previewed; details given about her conservative appeal & her recent political actions in the elections. [Former Bush speechwriter David FRUM†- says Palin generates a lot of news & she now straddles the line between politics & soap opera, but she may have moved into the celebrity box.] [On CBS< father of Palin's grandchild, Levi JOHNSTON†- recounts what Sarah said about her "retarded' baby.] CNN poll figures on the views of Palin held by Republicans & independents cited.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "Sarah from Alaska" authors Shushannah Walshe† & Scott Conroy† about Palin. [WALSHE - outlines Palin's book promotion tour; speculates about why she resigned as governor: the arduous grind of governing; recounts a story about Palin having the lights turned off on her on election night.] [CONROY - says we think Palin may run for president; recounts a meeting with 7-year-old daughter Piper Palin.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A correction given to the Palin quote being from Facebook rather than Twitter noted.

Cooper, Anderson;
Crowley, Candy

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