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Obama / Emanuel Leaves / A Discussion #975547

CNN Evening News for Monday, Sep 27, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news that Rahm Emanuel will step down as President Obama's chief of staff to run for mayor of Chicago and what is happening at the White House with others leaving introduced. Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Begala and Alex Castellanos about Emanuel. [BEGALA - outlines what we have due to Rahm's influence; states turnover is good; lists some names being considered, including John Podesta and CIA director Leon Panetta.] [CASTELLANOS - says he has been a good chief of staff, but there is more political longevity in Chicago; states it is an important moment for the president.] [Via phone, CNN's John KING - says there will an announcement on Friday of his resignation to prepare to run for mayor.]
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