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Economy: Debt Reduction / Paul Interview #1006928

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 09, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Senator Rand Paul is saying about the Congressional SuperCommittee that is designed to deal with deficit reduction noted. [With Sean Hannity, voice of PAUL - says the Democrats are refusing to talk with Republicans about a deal; notes the president cares only about his re-election.] [Earlier, in CNN interview, PAUL - says Senator Charles Schumer said negotiations are breaking down and the "whispers" are the Democrats have walked away and President Obama is out campaigning and does not want a deal; states Obama is all about campaigning and is not working with Republicans about a jobs bill.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Obama has/has not said about the Republicans being "stupid" reviewed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:06:10

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