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Barack Obama Statement Re: Taxes & Spending #1033547

MSNBC Special for Friday, Nov 09, 2012

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  • Live MSNBC coverage and analysis of President Barack Obama's statement re: his intention to negotiate with congressional Republicans to avoid automatic tax increases and spending cuts as of January 1st.
  • Analysis includes the participation of Chris Cillizza of "The Washington Post", "Time Magazine" Editor-at-large Mark Halperin, Andrew Ross Sorkin of CNBC, and Greg Ip of "The Economist", and an excerpt of a statement by President Barack Obama to campaign workers in Chicago following his re-election.
  • Reporter(s):
    Matthews, Chris;
    O'Donnell, Kelly;
    Williams, Brian;
    Todd, Chuck

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