CNN’s Anderson Cooper, moderator of tonight’s Western Republican Presidential Debate, talked with Politico about how tonight’s debate will be different from CNN’s other debates — two so far, in addition to the three on Fox News and one each on MSNBC and Bloomberg. Cooper: “Every week, the campaign has become different, and the people who are dicussed today are different from the people who were discussed five days ago – the big difference is that the campaign is in a different place. We’ve seen Herman Cain now, in some of these polls, running on par with Mitt Romney. I think a lot of the candidates will be looking at Herman Cain and talking about Herman Cain.”
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