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CNN Is Canceling Politics Show 'John King, USA'

Kent : WA : USA | Jun 13, 2012 at 11:11 AM PDT
Source: National Public Radio
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Eyder Peralta Moderator from CNN John King speaks to the crowd before a Republican presidential debate. Moderator from CNN John King speaks to the crowd before a Republican presidential debate. CNN, which has been battered in the ratings game, announced today that it was canceling its politics show... FULL ARTICLE AT National Public Radio
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Moderator John King presides over Republican presidential candidates as they participate in a Republican presidential candidates debate in Charleston
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