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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Former Governor Sarah Palin's book "Going Rogue" noted. [On Oprah, PALIN - comments on how she was controlled as a vice presidential candidate.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Republican Dede Scozzofava, Republican strategist Mary Matalin & CNN's David Gergen about Palin. [GERGEN - doubts Palin will run for president in 2012, but is making a lot of money after leaving the governorship; remarks that the presidential election campaign is a tough game.] [MATALIN - comments on Palin's book as a memoir, not about politics; comments on McCain staffers Wallace & Steve Schmidt & the role of the vice presidential candidate; says Palin will be the darling of the populist set.] [SCOZZOFAVA - says she is interested in seeing what Palin's policies are; suggests Palin is a divisive figure; comments on Palin's role in her Congressional race.] Other material: [On Oprah, PALIN - comments on the Katie Couric interview; states we lost because the economy tanked under a Republican administration.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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