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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 24, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) An analysis of the words used by President Obama in his press conference noted. [In extended excerpt, OBAMA - talks about the philosophy of persistence and finding solutions to our problems as with the banking system and the plan delivered today by Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's David Gergen, John King, Gloria Borger, Joe Johns and Ali Velshi and Republican strategist Alex Castellanos and Democrat strategist Paul Begala about Obama's news conference. [BEGALA - says the administration cannot keep up this pace, but they are addressing multiple complex questions.] [GERGEN - comments on the issue of Obama being overexposed so a set of voices that can be generated have to be developed.] [BORGER - speaks about Obama's persistence.]

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