This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: John King) Earlier interview held with Romney adviser Eric Fehrnstrom about Cain. [FEHRNSTROM - compares the views of Romney and Cain; defends Romney as governor; comments on the support from New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, the criticism from the White House's David Axelrod using redirection to try to get President Obama re-elected.] What radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh says about Romney not being a conservative quoted.
(Studio: John King) Live discussion held with Family Research Council's Ken Blackwell, CNN's Gloria Borger and Republican analyst Susan Molinari about the campaign. [BORGER - comments on the White House view of Romney.] [MOLINARI - comments on the Cain candidacy, what Romney has shown in leadership and he will close the deal with conservatives.] [BLACKWELL - says Cain is on the rise, but Romney has the money and the organization and will face challenges.] [BORGER, MOLINARI, BLACKWELL - comment on Texas Governor Rick Perry.] Other material: [From NBC, first lady of Texas Anita PERRY - says we have been brutalized by other Republicans in the press for his faith, but Perry is the true conservative.]
(Studio: John King) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen and Jessica Yellin about the Obama jobs plan. [YELLIN - says the White House will get behind a vote on each component of the jobs bill; states the question is can Obama get some of the bill's components passed.] [GERGEN - says it is time for both sides to stop campaigning and get down to helping the economy rather than helping themselves; comments on the political games on both sides.] The opposition to the jobs bill from Senator Jim Webb quoted.
(Studio: John King) Tomorrow's appearance by Texas Governor Rick Perry on CNN noted.
(Studio: John King; New Haven: Deborah Feyerick) The emotional reaction to the guilty verdict in court discussed; inset Petit family photos shown.
(Studio: Isha Sesay) A statement from President Obama that Iran will pay a price for the terrorism plot to kill a Saudi ambassador; France's drop of the rape case against former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn for lack of evidence; the resignation of the CEO, Brian Harrison, of the bankrupt Solyndra solar panel company and the worldwide restoring of BlackBerry service reported.
(Los Angeles: Ted Rowlands) The defense strategy that Jackson killed himself examined; details given about the theory about the use of propofol with witness testimony about drugs, addiction and doctors shown.
(Studio: John King) Live discussion held with InSession's Sunny Hostin about the Murray trial. [HOSTIN - comments on the damaging witness testimony making the trial look like a medical malpractice case; explains how it is a tight case brought by the prosecution: a strong case; notes the possibility the Jackson children will testify in the rebuttal phase.]
(No location given: Anderson Cooper) The bullying film discussed; film excerpt shown. ["The Bullying Project" director Lee HIRSCH- explains the aim of the film project.] [TV co-host Kelly RIPA, TV host Dr. Phil McGRAW, actor Jane LYNCH- react to the film and the need for intervention.]
(Studio: John King) Tomorrow's encore of the special town hall report on bullying announced.