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(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) CNN poll figures on the public's view of President Obama over the last few months cited; details given about his recent legislative victories. [February 18, former Vice President Dick CHENEY; reporters David GREGORY, Chris MATHEWS, Chris WALLACE, Wolf BLITZER - talk about the view of Obama as a one-term president.] [Yesterday, reporters WALLACE, Christiane AMANPOUR, Bob SCHIEFFER, Fox ANCHOR, Russ MITCHELL, John DICKERSON - speak about Obama's comeback.]
(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Begala and Redstate.com Erick Erickson about Obama. [BEGALA - says the vital signs are jobs and raising income, not political polls; comments on the good will from "don't ask, don't tell" for Obama; calls passing the tax deal not a good move; suggests Obama take on the people opposed to the health care act for first responders.] [ERICKSON - says the new story is what is wrong with Washington: these comeback stories are part of the political cycle; comments on the big issues that could come up in 2012; says Senator Harry Reid got things done in the Senate.]
- Gupta, Sanjay
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