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(Studio: Brian Williams) The changing administration and President-elect Barack Obama’s meeting with his economic team tomorrow noted; the drop in the stock market cited.
(Chicago: Lee Cowan) Obama’s transition effort with Representative Rahm Emanuel being chosen as chief of staff and the urgency of the economic situation featured; scenes shown from Chicago; statements from Representative John Boehner and Senator Lindsey Graham about Emanuel quoted; details given about possible roles for chief campaign strategist David Axelrod and spokesman Robert Gibbs. [EMANUEL – reacts to the job offer.] [Senator Joe LIEBERMAN – comments on being chastised by Senator Harry Reid for supporting Senator John McCain.] Obama’s meeting with President Bush on Monday noted.
(Studio: Brian Williams) NBC coverage of Obama’s first news conference tomorrow noted.
(Studio: Brian Williams, Chuck Todd) "New York Times" blue/red map of how the voting went and the impact of young and Latino voters discussed.
- Williams, Brian;
- Cowan, Lee;
- Todd, Chuck
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