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Afghanistan War / Obama Visit #969824

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 29, 2010
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Studio: Andrea Mitchell) President Obama’s surprise visit to Afghanistan reviewed; scenes shown of him with troops at Bagram Air Base and with President Hamid Karzai. [In exclusive interview, OBAMA – comments on working with Karzai.] [To the troops, OBAMA – promises support.] [Afghanistan’s Center for Research and Policy Studies Haroun MIR†- comments on tension between Obama and Karzai.] Obama’s plan to appoint his stalled nominees during the spring break for Congress reported. [NBC presidential historian Michael BESCHLOSS†- states recess appointments show you’re feeling pretty feisty.] Obama’s agenda this week noted.

(Studio: Brian Williams) The airing of the Obama interview on “Today” noted.

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Mitchell, Andrea
Duration:
00:02:40

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