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Politics: Issa's Hearings / A Discussion #979039

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 09, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The threat from Republican Representative Darrell Issa to investigate President Obama's administration and what he has been saying after the elections outlined; details given about his Oversight Committee. [May 25, ISSA - says politicians called this {Joe Sestak matter} an impeachable offensive.] [With radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh, ISSA - calls Obama a corrupt president.] [Yesterday, on CNN, ISSA - says he should not have called Obama corrupt.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with CNN' Jeffrey Toobin,'s Erick Erickson and Democratic strategist Cornell Belcher about Issa and his signals. [TOOBIN - comments on what Issa may investigate.] [ERICKSON - talks about this political game and how elections have consequences.] [BELCHER - offers his views on Issa's plans for investigations; says it feels like a witchhunt.]

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