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Middle East / Gaza Violence / Obama / A Discussion #916415

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 02, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Protests in the US for and against the Israeli air strikes in Gaza shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Joe Johns, "New York Daily News" columnist Errol Louis and Politico.com columnist Carrie Budoff Brown† about Gaza and other political stories. [In-studio, LOUIS - says President-elect Barack Obama will have a crisis on his hands; states reports out of New York indicate Governor David Paterson will pick someone after Senator Hillary Clinton resigns.] [From Washington, BROWN - outlines what Obama has said about the Middle East and peace negotiations; says the problems with the Illinois Senate seat and Roland Burris will be a circus sideline.] [In-studio, JOHNS - says Obama will have to deal with this {Middle East} but cannot put the economy on the back burner; suggests a negotiated agreement is needed over the Senate seat.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:04:50

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