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Barack Obama Town Hall Meeting Re: Health Care #943482

FNC Special for Tuesday, Aug 11, 2009

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  • Live Fox News coverage and analysis of President Barack Obama's speech and a portion of his town hall meeting in Portsmouth, New Hampshire re: health care reform.
  • Analysis includes the participation of Americans for Prosperity New Hampshire State Director Corey Lewandoski, health care reform supporter Eva Knepp, "Weekly Standard" Senior Writer Stephen Hayes, "Wall Street Journal" columnist William McGurn, Cato Institute Senior Fellow Tucker Carlson, Democratic political consultant Alicia Menendez, Dr. Duane Randleman, and independent pollster Scott Rasmussen.
  • Reporter(s):
    Line, Molly;
    Emanuel, Mike

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