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Summit of the Americas / Obama / Venezuela, Cuba #929395

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 19, 2009
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.

(Port of Spain, Trinidad: Bill Plante) The end of the Summit of the Americas meeting with Latin American leaders in Trinidad featured; scenes shown. [At news conference, President OBAMA - says the US has history in this region; comments on the relationship between the US & Cuba & Venezuela; outlines steps Cuba could take; says he does not worry about the politics of appearance; states we do our best to promote our ideals.]

(Studio: Jeff Glor, Jeff Greenfield) The fallout from Obama's meeting with Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, the overtures to Cuba because of the passing of time with less rigidity in the US with conservative groups wanting to open markets in Cuba, what is changing internationally with the US being isolated in its own hemisphere & the need for things to change within Cuba, which is a retro-state economically discussed.

Glor, Jeff;
Plante, Bill;
Jeff, Jeff Glor,

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