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Episode dated 4 March 2012 (4 Mar. 2012)

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Gregory discusses "Super Tuesday" and the ongoing fight for the Republican presidential nomination with Chuck Todd. He speaks to Newt Gingrich about his efforts to win Georgia and, later, ... See full summary »

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Himself - Moderator
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Eric Cantor ...
Himself - Representative, Virginia (as Rep. Eric Cantor)
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Himself - Former Representative, Georgia
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Herself - NBC News
Mark Halperin ...
Himself - Time Magazine
Mike Murphy ...
Himself - Republican Strategist
Kasim Reed ...
Himself - Mayor of Atlanta
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Himself
Deborah Wasserman Schultz ...
Herself - Representative, Florida
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Gregory discusses "Super Tuesday" and the ongoing fight for the Republican presidential nomination with Chuck Todd. He speaks to Newt Gingrich about his efforts to win Georgia and, later, gets differing perspectives on the race from Eric Cantor and Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Finally, he offers analysis of the race with a round table of guests. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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