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(Washington: Diane Sawyer) An interview held with Representative John Boehner, who will become speaker of the House, about the elections: Boehner family picture from his youth shown. [BOEHNER - says there is some denial by President Obama and Democrats to the message sent by the American people in the elections; comments on job creation, extending tax rates, the Tea Party view of tax rates, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's ad and new people active in politics and leadership posts; notes the statement from Senator Mitch McConnell about Obama; speaks about his parents and the lessons from them about personal debt; indicates he has no animosity toward Obama.] Excerpt from Palin's TV ad shown. [Several times during the 2008 election, OBAMA - says "Boehner."]
- Sawyer, Diane
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