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Obama / Transition to Power / A Discussion #911394

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 10, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "Time"'s Mark Halperin and CNN's Candy Crowley and Joe Johns about President-elect Barack Obama's transition to power and his meeting today with President Bush; White House photos shown. [CROWLEY - talks about the logistics of first seeing the White House and what the two men may have talked about; comments on limited approaches to energy, health care.] [HALPERIN - comments on the contact on the staff level and how this has been a model transfer of power; outlines the issues Obama may deal with via executive order and the need for early legislative wins.] [JOHNS - comments on Obama's "big bang" approach to getting started on the economy; expresses concern Obama will get pulled in many directions and could get hit on all sides.]
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