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Obama / Asia Trip Cost / A Discussion #979114

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 05, 2010
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(Studio: Randi Kaye) The start of President Obama's trip to Asia and the claims by some that the trip will cost 200 million dollars a day reviewed. [On Wednesday, Representative Michele BACHMANN - says Obama's trip to India with an entourage will cost 200 million dollars a day and this is over-the-top spending.] Last night's look by CNN at the hard facts about the trips made by President Bill Clinton and Obama's coming four-country trip outlined on screen.

(Studio: Randi Kaye; India: Ed Henry) What is not happening on Obama's trip costwise, with the Navy presence and how cost figures are not being given out for security reasons discussed.

Kaye, Randi;
Henry, Ed

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