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Campaign 2012 / Palin and Romney / A Discussion #994772

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 02, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The appearance of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin in New Hampshire while Mitt Romney was there declaring his candidacy for 2012 noted; scenes shown of Palin, her tour bus and her stop with Donald Trump. [PALIN - says Romney won't be offended by her stop here; states her trip is not to test the political waters; says it is not a campaign bus.]

(New Hampshire: Candy Crowley) Romney's candidacy featured. [ROMNEY - criticizes President Obama for failing America; comments on his state health care plan.] [PALIN - talks about Romney and government mandates.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Crowley and former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer about Palin and Romney. [FLEISCHER - says Palin is utterly unconventional; notes she will get publicity for anything so the press won't back off and has always had a twisted relationship with the press; states the Republican race is way open; outlines Romney's strengths and weaknesses.] [CROWLEY - comments on Palin's idea of a family vacation, on the timing within the Romney camp, who will sell him as a businessman and politician.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Crowley, Candy

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