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(Afghanistan: Anderson Cooper) A look inside Afghanistan in September 2006 briefly shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The criticism of President Obama by former Vice President Dick Cheney before the President's speech tonight presented. [Voice CHENEY - says they are talking about an exit strategy rather than winning.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Representative Dennis Kucinich about Afghanistan. [KUCINICH - says the US should get out of Afghanistan because the security of the US is not threatened there: that the occupation fuels the insurgency; states the US cannot choose the government for another country: empire building; suggests Congress should focus on things at home.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Chris Lawrence, Fareed Zakaria & Joe Johns about Obama's speech about the war, the situation in Afghanistan, training Afghans & nation building.
- Cooper, Anderson
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