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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The furor over remarks shouted out by Representative Joe Wilson during President Obama's speech on health care reform featured. [Last night before Congress, OBAMA - says reform would not apply to those here illegally.] [Today, OBAMA - says Wilson apologized quickly.]
(Washington: Joe Johns) Wilson profiled; scenes shown from last night's speech when Wilson yelled out "you lie"; details given about what people & the party were saying about Wilson & about Wilson's political background, [WILSON - admits his statements were inappropriate.] [While walking away, Republican National Committee Michael STEELE- speaks about health care & the bill.] [Representative John SHADEGG- says there is frustration with Obama.] [In 2002 on C-SPAN, WILSON - speaks out about the hatred of America.] The question of whether Obama lied about insurance for illegal aliens reviewed.
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) What the Republicans & conservatives are doing reviewed. [Representative Eric CANTOR - says we heard nothing new in Obama's address.] A strategy session held with CNN's Candy Crowley & Roland Martin & Tea Party Express organizer Mark Williams about Obama, Wilson & the health care issue. [WILLIAMS - says Wilson spoke the truth & the courts have barred illegal aliens from getting benefits.] [MARTIN - says some people have disdain for this president & Wilson's behavior was unbecoming.] [CROWLEY - comments on the political fallout from last night when Obama's speech put him about petty politics.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Johns, Joe;
- Blitzer, Wolf
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