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Economy: Stimulus Plan / A Discussion #920548

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 04, 2009
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[Treasury Secretary Tim GEITHNER†- outlines the executive pay plan.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live strategy session held with CNN's David Gergen, Ed Rollins and Jamal Simmons about President Obama, the stimulus plan and executive pay. [GERGEN - says now it is all about getting the bills passed and then Obama wants to get to a margin of safety with some Republican support; comments on the gap in support for Obama and the stimulus plan and the lack of compromise on the content of the bill.] [ROLLINS - says Obama has not fixed the bill and now it is Obama's game with no guarantees about the banks or the housing crisis.] [SIMMONS - says Obama ought to be able to get the bill he wants because he won the election; suggests Obama has been courting Republicans.]

Cooper, Anderson

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