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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The response to the proposal from Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel for cuts in the military introduced. [Former Vice President Dick CHENEY - says this does long-term damage to our military.] [On TV, Fox anchor Alisyn CAMEROTA, on Fox, retired Army Lt. Col. Ralph PETERS, Senator John McCAIN, retired Lt. Col. Oliver NORTH, Concerned Veterans of America CEO Pete HEGSETH, Representative Buck McKEON, Fox anchor Eric SHAWN- question the cuts.] [In October, 2012, presidential candidate Mitt ROMNEY, President OBAMA - debate the military numbers.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jim Sciutto) The proposed military numbers and issues, some of which are politically sensitive things, and this start of the budget debate discussed. [HAGEL - talks about military readiness.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Sciutto, Jim
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