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Campaign 2010 / O'Donnell / A Discussion #975005

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 21, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The stealth campaign being run by Delaware Republican senate nominee Christine O'Donnell introduced. [Last night, O'DONNELL - refuses to answer a CNN question.] Twitter message from former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin to O'Donnell quoted. [On Fox with Sean Hannity, O'DONNELL - comments on her 1999 appearance with Bill Maher and what she did in the 1980s; states her campaign strategy of meeting the voters.]

(Wilmington: Gary Tuchman) O'Donnell's refusal to answer questions about her campaign spending, what she did say about money and taxes, some of her campaign experiences and what she said about the media reviewed. [O'DONNELL - says she does freelance work; states the IRS tax lien was an error.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "Wingnuts" author John Avlon, ThatMinorityThing.com John Ridley and CNN's Erick Erickson about O'Donnell's campaign. [ERICKSON - says O'Donnell is playing to her base and does not care about the national media; states Republicans have been sabotaging her because she beat Mike Castle.] [AVLON - says O'Donnell is playing the victim card, most of her campaign money is coming in nationally; comments on the conservatives' concern about O'Donnell.] [RIDLEY - says she has negative numbers in Delaware.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary
Duration:
00:13:50

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