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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) CNN poll findings on the Republicans' choice for the presidential election in 2012 outlined on screen.
(Studio: John King) A hypothetical matchup of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin running in 2012 against President Obama reviewed; 2008 and 2012 US vote maps shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former Bush chief of staff Andrew Card and CNN's James Carville about a 2012 race. [CARVILLE - outlines how Palin could do if she ran.] [CARD - comments on what Palin should do next, but it is too early to count people out and Palin is a "dominant player".] Other material: [On Oprah Winfrey, President BUSH - says he is not a political pundit so he won't wade back into the swamp to predict 2012.] New Palin Web video shown.
- Cooper, Anderson;
- King, John
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