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Politics: GOP vs. Tea Party / A Discussion #974591

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 15, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Dana Bash; studio: Gloria Borger) The Republican reaction to the upset win by Christine O'Donnell in the Delaware Republican Senate race, the Republicans' pragmatic approach to spending money on a candidate like O'Donnell and what Republican Karl Rove is saying about O'Donnell as a "credible candidate" discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A statement from Democratic National Committee chairman Tim Kaine about the Republicans quoted. Live discussion held with CNN's Eliot Spitzer, Alex Castellanos and St. Louis Tea Party coalition Dana Loesch about politics and the Republican Party and the Tea Party. [SPITZER - outlines what Rove is worried about; talks about smart politics and the Tea Party view of economics.] [LOESCH - says O'Donnell is credible and criticizes Rove's criticism of her; defends the economics of the grassroots movement.] [CASTELLANOS - says it is an anti-Washington year with the government spending the country into bankruptcy: it is a populist revolt; talks about the new generation of Republicans who are outsiders.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Bash, Dana;
Borger, Gloria

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