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Economy/Politics: "Fiscal Cliff" / Terry Interview / A Discussion #1034849

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 30, 2012
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(Studio: Ashleigh Banfield) The fiscal cliffhanger on taxes introduced. [President OBAMA - says taxes will go up on January 1: a "Scrooge Christmas."] [Speaker of the House John BOEHNER - says we are almost nowhere.] A statement from Representative Lee Terry on a deal quoted. [Democratic Senator Max BAUCUS - says we may go over the cliff.]

(Studio: Ashleigh Banfield) Live interview held with Terry about taxes. [TERRY - says we are seeing disingenuous moves by the president, who wants to go over the cliff and blame the Republicans, which is for his political advantage.]

(Studio: Ashleigh Banfield) Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Begala and Mary Matalin about the politics of the fiscal cliff. [BEGALA - says Obama ran on this economic agenda; comments on the issue of defaulting on the national debt.] [MATALIN - says Obama does not have a mandate on taxes.]

Reporter(s):
Banfield, Ashleigh
Duration:
00:11:10

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