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Obama / Insiders Briefing #954894

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 14, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen about President Obama's agenda. [GERGEN - says this is a climactic week for Obama's presidency with the issue of health care where the liberal Democrats are frustrated over losing the public option & now the Medicare buy-in that Senator Joseph Lieberman turned against with the potential the liberals will get unhappy with Obama; notes the White House will move the bill to the right to get 60 votes; comments on the administration's perceptions & the low poll numbers.] Other material: [With Oprah Winfrey, OBAMA - says he has done a B+ job because of the inherited challenges.]
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