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Britain / G-20 Summit / Michelle Obama #939197

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 02, 2009
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(London: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(London: Chuck Todd) The G-20 economic summit in London reviewed; details given about the agreement to invest in the International Monetary Fund and various pledges. [President OBAMA – says there will be a turning point in our global economic recovery; explains why the G-20 is important to the US; talks about restoring America’s standing in the world.] [Nobel Prize winning economist Joseph STIGLITZ†- says these meetings are important to establish good will.]

(London: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(London: Dawna Friesen) The overwhelming response in London to First Lady Michelle Obama featured; scenes shown of crowds waiting for her arrival and her visit to a girls' school. [OBAMA – praises the girls; talks about her background; promotes education; shares what she learned from the men in her life.] [Student Gabrielle WATTS†- comments on Michelle as a role model.]

Williams, Brian;
Todd, Chuck;
Friesen, Dawna

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