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Ann Romney’s RNC speech moved to Tuesday prime-time slot

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Ann Romney’s speech at the Republican National Convention, originally scheduled for Monday night, has been moved to Tuesday to allow for prime-time broadcast network coverage. Romney’s speech will precede a keynote by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

ABC, CBS and NBC had not planned to cover the convention on Monday night. Jeb Bush will speak Monday night along with Mike Huckabee and Nikki Haley.

Ann Romney, as expected, gets Tues network primetime slot same eve as Christie. Left to Mon non-network: Haley, Huckabee, Jeb Bush #GOP2012

— Neil King (@NKingofDC) August 24, 2012

Woot! RT “@RuBegonia: Ann Romney moved to Tuesday

— Tammy Bruce (@HeyTammyBruce) August 24, 2012

The GOP has moved Ann Romney's speech to Tuesday so it won't be preempted by Monday Night Football. Forget popcorn. This calls 4 margaritas.

— ToriAdams1 (@ToriAdams1) August 24, 2012

GOP proves it has a brain, moves Ann Romney speech to Tuesday night.

— Brian Cates (@drawandstrike) August 24, 2012

..ANN ROMNEY WILL SPEAK ON TUESDAY NIGHT IN PRIM TIME SO ALL AMERICANS CAN WATCH..sorry .M S N B C . YOU LOSE !!!!

— Wayne (@WayneLaster) August 24, 2012

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