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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) The breaking news on the political brinkmanship about the government shutdown and debt ceiling introduced.
(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former Labor Secretary/University of California at Berkeley Robert Reich about the debt issue. [REICH - says the danger of a default is growing with investors worrying about risk; outlines what the "default" timetable means; states there is a lunacy here.]
(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's John King, Gloria Borger and David Gergen about the politics of the shutdown. [KING - suggests there will not be a deal by the deadline; assesses the Republicans.] [BORGER - comments on the decision facing Speaker of the House John Boehner; states it is "theology" for some Republicans elected to kill Obamacare.] [GERGEN - says there will be a resolution this week after we run out of borrowing authority; suggests we have been downgraded in the eyes of the world: a loss of respect.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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