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(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) The question of whether Representative Michele Bachmann is trying to rescind what she said on CNN about President Obama's trip to India examined; details given about other examples of Bachmann saying unsubstantiated things with examples quoted. [November 3, BACHMANN - says the India trip will cost 200 million dollars a day: these are the numbers coming out in the press....] The actual source of the story out of india mentioned. [On the BBC, November 18, BACHMANN - says she was quoting a financial newspaper out of India.]
(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) Live discussion held with RedState.com Erick Erickson and Democratic strategist Maria Cardona about Bachmann and former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. [ERICKSON - comments on what Bachmann said to CNN on November 3 and she has moved on.] [CARDONA - says Bachmann has been making putlandish statements for the last two years.] [ERICKSON, CARDONA - offer views on Palin and the outlets for her on conservative media.] Other material: [On Fox, PALIN - says truth should be reported.]
- Gupta, Sanjay
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