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Campaign 2012 / New Hampshire / Republican Debate / Paul Interview #995458

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jun 13, 2011
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[At New Hampshire debate, Michele BACHMANN - talks about corporate tax rates.]

(New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper) The Republican presidential candidates debate reviewed; scenes shown from St. Anselm College in New Hampshire. Live interview held with presidential candidate Ron Paul. [In debate, PAUL - talks about his years in the military; states he would bring them home as quickly as possible and quit bombing overseas and taking care of people at home: we have no purpose there.] [In interview, PAUL - says the issue of war is a major economic issue and financially risky; comments on Christianity in the US.]

(New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's David Gergen, John King, Gloria Borger, Andy Card, Dana Loesch and Cornell Belcher about the Republican debate. [KING - comments on 2000 campaign by George Bush.] [BORGER - comments on Republican foreign policy after Senator John McCain.] [GERGEN - comments on domestic policy and the Republicans' conservativeness; talks about the loyalty test question.] [CARD - comments on the questions and the lack of a Democratic debate.] [LOESCH, BELCHER - comment on the Republican reaction.] Other material: From debate: [PAUL - talks about morality and the Constitution and Christian faith.] [Herman CAIN - explains why he would not be comfortable with Muslims.] [Former Speaker of the House Newt GINGRICH - worries about infiltration.]

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