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Obama / Nobel Prize / The Reaction (Part I) #949910

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 09, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) President Obama's Nobel Peace prize & the reaction to it reported. [On radio show, Rush LIMBAUGH - says liberal sellouts get this prize.]

(Washington: Tom Foreman) Obama's reaction to his new title as top peacemaker & the questions about it featured; details given about fears this raises expectations too high. [OBAMA - downplays it.] [Voice of Glenn BECK - says you gotta turn it down.] [Several PEOPLE - give their views.] [Woodrow Wilson Center Aaron David MILLER†- outlines what other countries could do to help.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Fareed Zakaria, David Gergen, Paul Begala & Heritage Foundation's Nile Gardiner about Obama & the award, [GERGEN - calls the award a stunner, premature & will complicate his foreign policy.] [BEGALA - quotes Limbaugh; calls it surprising, complicates his work at home & could help around the world.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Foreman, Tom

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