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Obama / Transition / Clinton / A Discussion (Part II) #912395

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 20, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Gloria Borger, Ali Velshi and Ed Henry about President-elect Barack Obama, Senator Hillary Clinton and the cabinet and economy. [GERGEN - says the Clinton financial records are pretty complex so you have to prepare for any surprises; notes the questionnaire from the Obama transition team is very invasive; says the auto industry hearings indicates Americans were offended and Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson reversed himself on the toxic assets.] [BORGER - outlines what this process shows about Obama as the boss and the transition team believes the financial issues are behind them.] [HENRY - says a lot of prominent Republicans have supported Hillary as secretary of state with her having a lot of clout on the international stage.] [VELSHI - says they will have to attack the economy full bore; comments on the loss of banks' stock value.]
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