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(Studio: Brian Williams) The date for the New Hampshire primary noted.
(Clear Lake, Iowa: Lee Cowan) The surge by former Governor Mike Huckabee in these final weeks before the Iowa caucuses featured; scenes shown of him campaigning and playing guitar; findings of an ABC News/"Washington Post" poll cited; details given about the support from conservatives, criticism of his record as governor and endorsements from wrestler Ric Flair and actor Chuck Norris; ad shown. [HUCKABEE – says the campaign is on fire; comments on his taste in music and his personality.] [Political consultant Thom SERAFIN- says he’s in the race.] [NBC News political director Chuck TODD- warns the negative info could pour out.]
(Studio: Brian Williams; Washington: Tim Russert) Huckabee’s popularity and the Democratic race discussed.
- Williams, Brian;
- Cowan, Lee;
- Russert, Tim
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