Tuesday, May 15, 2007
Let the spinning begin
COLUMBIA, South Carolina (CNN) -- Less than 15 minutes before the second Republican presidential debate comes to a close, aides and surrogates for the candidates are mapping out their final talking points in an effort to convince the national and local media that their candidate won tonight's debate.
The "spin room" is starting to fill up with reporters, who are huddling around a flat screen television to hear the final moments of the debate. The spinning is about to begin.
-- CNN Political Editor Mark Preston
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