This program is about 1 hour long
(Charleston, South Carolina: Gary Tuchman) Gingrich's new tactic about questions about his ex-wife on the campaign trail featured. [Yesterday, GINGRICH - admits he has made mistakes; talks about the issue.] [Today, GINGRICH - says if we win on Saturday...; agrees it is critical to win; reacts to the president at Disney World.]
(College of Charleston: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer, Roland Martin and Erick Erickson about the South Carolina race. [FLEISCHER, ERICKSON, MARTIN - talk about the shift of momentum away from Romney to Gingrich, the lack of a bump for Rick Santorum with Representative Ron Paul hanging in.]
(College of Charleston: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's John King, Jim Acosta and Gloria Borger about the South Carolina campaign. [KING - assesses the change in momentum away from Romney to Gingrich.] [ACOSTA - speculates about a Romney loss in the state and his conflicting accounts about his tax returns.] [BORGER - comments on Romney seeming uncomfortable talking about his wealth and cannot make a connection with middle class voters; outlines how Gingrich is a fighter.] Other material: [ROMNEY - says we will have a long road ahead in South Carolina.]
(Washington: Tom Foreman) The history of dirty politics in South Carolina examined; details given about what was done to Rick Santorum; attack ads shown.
(College of Charleston: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen and Gloria Borger about South Carolina politics. [GERGEN - assesses the South Carolina campaign with a barrage of negative ads; comments on the Gingrich surge as Romney's lead is collapsing and how it could become a two man race.] [BORGER - says the super PACs have taken up dirty tricks; assesses Representative Ron Paul's campaign.]
(College of Charleston: Anderson Cooper) A live discussion held with passenger Georgia Ananias about the ship disaster. [ANANIAS - reacts to a company letter critical of the bitterness of the surviving passengers; recounts what she was told about the captain's behavior that night.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) Security concerns at the US embassy in Syria; the suicide in jail by Ryan Brunn, who had murdered a child in Georgia; the arrest of four members of the Florida A&M University marching band on hazing charges and the death of singer Etta James and President Obama sing an Al Green tune at the Apollo Theater reported; scenes shown of James and Obama singing.