Friday, January 20, 2012

Anderson Cooper, AC360: Live from Charleston, SC on Friday, January 20, 2012

Anderson Cooper anchored AC360 live from the College of Charleston, in Charleston, South Carolina. Here's the rundown ~

RAW POLITICS, The eve before the South Carolina Primary: A report by Anderson Cooper
NEWT GINGERICH SURGES AHEAD OF S.C. PRIMARY, Now not answering questions about his ex-wife: Report by Gary Tuchman
NEWT-MENTUM IN SOUTH CAROLINA, Gingerich gaining ground ahead of GOP primary: Anderson with Ari Fleischer, Erick Erickson & Roland Martin

ROMNEY IN TROUBLE?, One-time front-runner could lose S.C. primary: Anderson with John King, Gloria Borger & Jim Acosta

DIRTY POLITICS IN SOUTH CAROLINA, State has reputation for bare-knuckled races: Report by Tom Foreman
DIRTY POLITICS IN SOUTH CAROLINA, First southern primary known for low blows: Anderson's follow up with Gloria Borger and David Gergen

KEEPING THEM HONEST, Concordia Disaster, Fatal Mistakes: Report by Anderson Cooper
CRUISE SURVIVOR OUTRAGED, Blasts ship captain and cruise line: Anderson's follow up with Georgia Ananian, Survivor of Costa Concordia Disaster

360 BULLETIN: Isha Sesay

RIDICULIST: Cougar Controversy


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3 comments:

aries moon said...

Very animated crowd in Charleston, it made for an interesting show to watch. The hypocrisy of Newt Gingrich is astounding--if he wants to talk "despicable", nothing comes close to his own behavior with his wives--it's laughable watching him feign moral outrage over someone calling him on it publicly.

David Gergen is a giant! Who knew?

Loved the live audience version of The Ridiculist.

Anonymous said...

The crowd was a nice distraction from all the political news which was expected between a debate and a primary.

The Italian cruise ship disaster news was appreciated. It's still a terrible tragedy but a good change of pace for those of us fed up with political analysis.

Hoepfully, once the Republican candidate is figured out the political news will slow down a bit until the conventions. I can't imagine it will be Gingrich because of his personal life; more baggage than being a Mormon.

Jaanza

Heather said...

I was here and it was the best experience of my life! Love Anderson Cooper!