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(Gettysburg: John King) Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's bus tour featured; CNN poll figures on possible Republican presidential candidates cited. [PALIN - says this is not a campaign bus; states we need to restore America.]
(Gettysburg: John King) Live discussion held with Daily Beast's Shushannah Walshe, CNN's Erick Erickson and Democratic strategist Maria Cardona about Palin; inset video of Palin shown. [WALSHE - says she is looking to see what support there is out there; comments on crowds waiting for her.] [ERICKSON - suggests we are all getting played by Palin; comments on what could happen if Palin got into the race, on Mitt Romney's campaign.] [CARDONA - says this tour is brand management and about her pushing her brand; comments on Democrats hoping Palin does run and she could win the GOP nomination were she to run,]
- King, John
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