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(Studio: John King) The announcements from Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul and Mike Huckabee about whether they will run noted. [In Macon, former Speaker of the House Newt GINGRICH - talks about challenges and leadership and making a difference.]
(Washington: Joe Johns) A Gingrich candidacy and his messy private life reviewed; details given about his three marriages and his cheating. [GINGRICH - rails against the coverup by President Bill Clinton.] [On CBN, GINGRICH - talks about his life, seeking God's forgiveness.] [Southern Baptist Convention Richard LAND- cites the opposition to Gingrich from evangelical women.] [Republican strategist Rich GALEN - assesses his chances in South Carolina.]
(Studio: John King) Live discussion held with Republican strategist Erick Erickson and Democratic strategist Maria Cardona about Gingrich and Huckabee as a candidate. [ERICKSON - tells his wife's view on Gingrich and his conversion to Catholicism; comments on Huckabee's option.] [CARDONA - says Gingrich is a not a humble man appealing to evangelicals; comments on a Huckabee candidate.]
- King, John;
- Johns, Joe
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