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Government Shutdown / Debt Ceiling / King Interview #1053411

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 15, 2013
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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) The breaking news on the political brinkmanship introduced.

(Washington: Anderson Cooper, Dana Bash) The political status of a deal in the Senate, Speaker of the House John Boehner's position on a House vote discussed.

(Washington: Anderson Cooper; Capitol Hill: Christine Romans) A statement from Fitch that America's AAA credit could be lowered because of the US economic and political situation, how the shutdown has already hurt the economy with examples cited discussed.

(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Representative Peter King about the need for a deal. [KING - says a real disaster is coming up because a certain group of Republicans will not go along with Boehner: that it is madness to shut down the government about Obamacare; expects the House would vote on a bill.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Dana, Anderson Cooper,;
Romans, Christine
Duration:
00:09:10

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