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Campaign 2012 / New Hampshire / Republican Debate / Gibbs Interview #995461

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jun 13, 2011
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(New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper) What was said about President Obama in the Republican presidential candidates debate in New Hampshire introduced. [Mitt ROMNEY, Michele BACHMANN, Rick SANTORUM - criticize Obama on the economy.]

(New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former White House press secretary Robert Gibbs about the Republican debate with views and questions to Gibbs from CNN's John King, Gloria Borger and David Gergen. [GIBBS†- talks about the Republican position on the economy, unemployment, recovery, what the people want from Obama about creating more jobs.] [KING, BORGER, GERGEN - raise questions about Obama.]

Cooper, Anderson

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