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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Feb 26, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, former comptroller general David Walker and Optimum Capital Management's Ryan Mack about the budget set out by President Obama. [GERGEN - assesses the Republican concerns about his budget reforms and the change of direction in trying to get health care and energy reform by redistributing wealth downwards and expanding government to solve the problems.] [WALKER - says more dramatic action than this budget is needed; assesses Obama's assumptions, including expanding health care coverage now.] [MACK - talks about Obama's transparency.] Other material: [Republican Senator Judd GREGG†- criticizes the budget and the deficit.]
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