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Obama / CNN Interview / A Discussion (Part III) #920397

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 03, 2009
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[First Lady Michelle OBAMA - talks to the kids about the White House.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Obamas' visit to a local school reviewed; scenes shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live strategy session held with CNN's David Gergen, Ed Rollins and Roland Martin about Obama. [GERGEN - says these interviews were scheduled to promote the economic stimulus plan and they realized they have slipped in getting public support.] [ROLLINS - says Obama is throwing out a lot of numbers about jobs.] [MARTIN - says the talk is about Tom Daschle and not the stimulus program, so the program needs to be sold: jobs and money.] [GERGEN - says Obama has to say "no" to some Democrats and the administration has to go back on the offensive.] [ROLLINS - says Obama needs to get tough with the leadership.] [MARTIN - says they have to drive the message home to the people.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:06:20

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