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Nuclear Security Summit, Politics / A Discussion #962736

CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 12, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The announcement by Ukraine that it will give up all its weapons grade uranium noted; the criticism from former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin & Senator Lamar Alexander quoted; details given about the role of President Ronald Reagan in reducing arms. [In 1985 & 1984, REAGAN - speaks against nuclear weapons, for peace & non-nuclear defensive systems.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's James Carville & Ed Rollins about nuclear arms & President Obama's policies. [CARVILLE - says Reagan wanted to get rid of all nuclear weapons.] [ROLLINS - offers perspective on nuclear weapons & this nuclear summit.] [ROLLINS, CARVILLE - comment on Senator Scott Brown's relationship with the Tea Party, the nature of the Tea Party movement & the Arizona Senate race.] Other material: Senator John McCain's Web campaign video critical of opponent J.D. Hayworth shown.

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