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Economy: Economic Stimulus Package / A Discussion #921434

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 11, 2009
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[In a highway in Virginia, President OBAMA - says the core of his plan is putting people to work doing the jobs America needs done.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live strategy session held with CNN's David Gergen, Joe Johns and Candy Crowley about the economic stimulus bill. [GERGEN - outlines the lessons for Obama in dealing with Congress, but the bill has been scrutinized despite its many flaws; worries that Obama is in danger of being overexposed and many are skeptical about the financial bailout package.] [JOHNS - talks about the politics of the bill with some Republicans and some Democrats complaining; notes Obama will have tough choices ahead.] [CROWLEY - says Obama is out there with the American people and he got what he needed with the bill.] [GERGEN - says nobody has the answers about this recession, but Obama may be in deep economic trouble.]

Cooper, Anderson

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