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Economy: Obama #938277

CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 20, 2009
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) The CBO projections on the federal deficit for 2010-2019 cited.

(White House: Chip Reid) The tough week for President Obama reviewed; details given of the anger over the AIG bonuses; scenes shown of him joking with Jay Leno about his bowling and the Special Olympics. [Wednesday, Representative John BOEHNER†; yesterday, Representative John SHADEGG†- question the actions of the administration and Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.] [March 2, Representative Joseph CROWLEY†- criticizes AIG.] [White House press secretary Robert GIBBS – jokes about being called idiots; says the Special Olympics deserve a lot better.] [University of Virginia Larry SABATO††- says this is Obama’s worst week.]

Mitchell, Russ;
Reid, Chip

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