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Obama / At Risk / A Discussion #949031

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 30, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The question of whether President Obama's life is at risk introduced; "New York Times" columnist Tom Friedman quoted. [Republican National Committee chairman Michael STEELE - calls Friedman a "nut job."]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's William Bennett & James Carville about Obama at risk. [BENNETT - defends the conservative opposition to health care reform; criticizes Friedman's arguments.] [CARVILLE - says the politics are pretty raw out there with people talking about a coup; comments on what former President Bill Clinton said about the right-wing conspiracy.] Other material: Representative Patrick Kennedy's statement about the danger quoted.

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