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Politics: Obama and the Tea Party / A Discussion #974955

CNN Evening News for Monday, Sep 20, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) President Obama's challenge to the Tea Party movement noted. [OBAMA - says the Tea Party has to identify what it would do.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Eliot Spitzer and Joe Johns and Tea Party Coalition co-organizer Dana Loesch about Obama and the Tea Party. [SPITZER - says Obama has to put the burden back on the Tea Party.] [LOESCH - says the Tea Party has been clear about wanting fiscal accountability; lists issues we have taken on.] [JOHNS - says the Tea Party does not want to get pinned down on specifics; notes how the people thought we would be further along in change under this administration.] [LOESCH - offer views on Christine O'Donnell's finances and on CREW's members.] [SPITZER - suggests O'Donnell has to answer the questions about money.] Other material: [At President Obama's town hall meeting, audience MEMBER - says she is waiting for Obama to deliver.]

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