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Budget / Debt Ceiling #1002569

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 14, 2011
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(White House: Chip Reid) The negotiations on a deal to head off a government default updated; photos shown from the White House meeting between President Obama and Congressional leaders; details given about a possible Plan B to raise the debt limit. [Voice of Representative Eric CANTOR – says Obama walked out.] [Representative Nancy PELOSI – notes at meetings with the president, the president leaves first.] [On KYW-TV, OBAMA – states he was blunt with the Republicans.] [White House press secretary Jay CARNEY – states Friday we will make an assessment.]

(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

(Capitol: Nancy Cordes) Cantor’s role as a lightning rod in the budget crisis talks featured; details given about his popularity with the Tea Party. [Democratic Senators Charles SCHUMER†, Harry REID – criticize Cantor.] [July 8, CANTOR – opposes raising taxes.] [Speaker of the House John BOEHNER – defends Cantor.] The urgency over this deal discussed.

Pelley, Scott;
Reid, Chip;
Cordes, Nancy

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