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Obama / The Agenda / Economy, Afghanistan #954182

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 06, 2009
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(Studio: Lester Holt) A working Sunday for President Obama & his agenda for the week introduced.

(White House: Mike Viqueira) Obama's work on Capitol Hill on health care reform & questions about Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden†† featured. [Senator John McCAIN - opposes the administration's behind closed doors approach.] [On "State of the Union," Senator Dianne FEINSTEIN†- comments on health care.] [On "State of the Union," national security adviser retired Gen. James JONES†- speaks about the whereabouts of bin Laden††.] [Secretary of Defense Robert GATES - says we do not know where bin Laden is; comments on Afghanistan.] [Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON - talks about Afghanistan.] [On "This Week," Senator Russ FEINGOLD - comments on Afghanistan.]

(Studio: Lester Holt; Washington: John Harwood) Obama's agenda for the week & the political problems he faces on the domestic front, what he needs to get in a health care program & the president's balancing job on the war in Afghanistan discussed.

Holt, Lester;
Viqueira, Mike;
Harwood, John

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