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CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 10, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The content of the e-mails from former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin during her gubernatorial half-term reviewed; e-mails about Barack Obama quoted. [August 4, 2008, OBAMA - talks about energy rebates and Alaska's natural gas pipeline.] [September 1, October 2, 2008; April 9, June, 26, 5, 2010, PALIN - backs oil drilling; criticizes Obama on the energy crisis and policy.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Alaska: Drew Griffin) The reasons for the delay in releasing these e-mails, why some were withheld or redacted for legal reasons, the impression of a very engaged and supportive governor, how she had no idea she would be the vice presidential nominee, the argument for releasing the e-mails on state business discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The coming CNN coverage of the Republican Presidential Debate announced.

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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