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Obama / Transition / Clinton / A Discussion (Part I) #912388

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 20, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A report that President-elect Barack Obama will confirm Senator Hillary Clinton as secretary of state just after Thanksgiving noted. Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Gloria Borger, Ali Velshi and Ed Henry about Obama, Clinton and the cabinet. [GERGEN - says the deal is not done until all the vetting, but they will work it out; asserts this is a jigsaw puzzle that may effect other options in the cabinet; states President-elect Barack Obama cannot sit back about the economy.] [BORGER - says reports {from CNN's Jessica Yellin} indicate the nomination is on track; agrees it is a problem.] [From Chicago, HENRY - says three separate sources say Clinton is on track.] [VELSHI - says it is crucial for Obama to name a Treasury secretary.]
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