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Barack Obama Statement Re: End of Government Shutdown #1054306

AJAM Special for Wednesday, Oct 16, 2013

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  • Live Al Jazeera America coverage and analysis of President Barack Obama's statement re: this evening's US Senate vote to end the government shutdown, preceded by coverage of portions of statement by Sen. Dick Durbin, Sen. Charles Schumer, Sen. Patty Murray, and Sen. Harry Reid.
  • Analysis includes the participation of Egan-Jones Ratings President Sean Egan and Politico reporter Rachael Bade, and taped excerpts of statements by Antoinette Talbott, Barbara Gusman Normand, Dane Dalpacon, Tom Partin of the American Forest Resource Council, Sen. Schumer, Sen. Ted Cruz, and unidentified others.
  • Reporter(s):
    Viqueira, Mike;
    Casey, Libby;
    Lemoine, Ben;
    London, Jennifer;
    Schauffler, Allen
    Duration:
    00:42:00

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