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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 09, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The crisis in former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich's presidential election campaign with a number of staffers quitting introduced; details given about his various campaign problems. [May 15, on "Meet the Press," GINGRICH - criticizes right-wing social engineering.] [May 22 on "Face the Nation," GINGRICH - responds to question about spending on jewelry in his private life.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former press secretary Rich Galen and CNN's Gloria Borger about Gingrich's campaign. [GALEN - says the campaign is basically over and the staff wanted to run a professional election campaign.] [BORGER - says he hired a terrific professional staff that wound up doing an intervention to get him more disciplined; notes there was friction between the staff and Newt's wife, Callista.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Tonight's coverage of the Republican Presidential Election Debate announced.

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Cooper, Anderson
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00:08:20

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