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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Republican Representative Michael Grimm about a deal to end the government shutdown. [GRIMM - says we missed an opportunity to deal with debt problem; talks about the politics and doing the people's work; criticizes the passage of Obamacare, which will crumble under its own weight.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, John King and "Time" magazine's Rona Foroohar about the political situation; ABC News/"Washington Post" poll figures outlined on screen. [BORGER - comments on how Republicans are stepping on their own message, how people are encouraged about Obamacare, the poll numbers on the public's view of how politicians are handling things.] [KING - comments on whether the House will vote on the deal; suggests the president is losing by winning because of the distrust in the government.] [From New York, FOROOHAR- speculates about the market reaction to the politics and the implications if we do not have a deal; notes the plummeting of consumer and business confidence.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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