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BLITZER’S BLOG: Why tonight’s debate is must-see TV
The four remaining candidates have been beating up on each other in recent days. Will they have the guts to blast their opponents when they are standing right next to them?
Rick Santorum, whom I interviewed Thursday in Charleston, has had an ad running that says Mitt Romney is “just like Obama.” He refers to Romney’s support for health care mandates in Massachusetts. Will Santorum look Romney in the eyes and repeat that line Thursday night?
Newt Gingrich told me in Iowa that he doesn’t think he could vote for Ron Paul if the Texas congressman were to win the GOP nomination. He cites Paul’s national security policies. Will Gingrich be prepared to go that far in the debate?
Submit your questions for the next CNN debate in South Carolina
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The debate will be held Thursday, January 19, 2012, in Charleston, South Carolina from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET.
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