Ron Paul CBS News Republican Debate Highlights — November 12, 2011 (HD)
November 12, 2011 — Complete highlights of Ron Paul at the CBS News Republican Debate sponsored by CBS News and the National Journal in partnership with the South Carolina Republican Party, and streamed live by CBS News from the Benjamin Johnson Arena at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Saturday evening's commander-in-chief debate focused primarily on national security and foreign policy. It was the first nationally televised, network-broadcast Republican presidential debate of the primary season. Approximately 1400 people, not including the media, attended the event. Participating were Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.), businessman Herman Cain, former US House Speaker Newt Gingrich, former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman, Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas), Texas Governor Rick Perry, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, and former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum. CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley and National Journal congressional correspondent Major Garrett moderated the discussion. FULL DEBATE: www.cbsnews.com See also: www.wofford.edu nationaljournal.com Tagged: Complete Debate Highlights Ron Paul CBS News National Journal Spartanburg, South Carolina Republican Party Wofford College Republican Presidential Debate November 12 Foreign Policy Debate National Security Moderators Scott Pelley Major Garrett GOP Candidates Michele Bachmann Herman Cain Newt Gingrich Jon Huntsman Rick Perry Mitt Romney Rick Santorum Republicans Election 2012 Campaigns Primaries <b>...</b>
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