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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) President-elect Barack Obama's naming of Leon Panetta to run the CIA and Dennis Blair to be director of national intelligence noted.
(Washington: Candy Crowley) The problems with the economy as Obama puts forth his stimulus plan examined; details given about the unemployment numbers, the outline of his program, Republican criticism of the cost, Democratic questioning of tax cuts not creating jobs and Obama's plans to get the people behind him. [OBAMA - says this is the moment to act without delay because the situation is deteriorating; states we welcome good ideas.] [Senator Barbara BOXER - talks about the Obama economic plan.] The remaining financial bailout money for Obama, questions about what happened to the first 350 billion given to the banks, the timetable for asking for the money and the problems with overseeing where the money is going discussed.
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Crowley, Candy
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