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Libya / Uprising / US Policy / Gohmert / A Discussion #996022

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jun 20, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Congressional moves against President Obama's position on the war in Libya noted. [On Thursday, Representative Louis GOHMERT†- questions President Obama's confusion over 57 states.] [May 9, 2008, OBAMA - says he has been to 57 states.] [June 24, 2010, GOHMERT - talks about terrorist cells having women get into the US to have a baby.] [In August 17, 2010, interview, GOHMERT - explains how he learned about terrorist babies.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen and Dana Bash about Libya, the War Powers Act and Congress. [BASH - comments on the House vote on US involvement in Libya by limiting funding and on the politics of the opposition to administration policy in Libya.] [GERGEN - comments on the issue of the constitutionality and applicability of the War Powers Act; talks about the foreign policy split within the Republican Party: war hawks versus neo-isolationists amid war weariness in the country after 10 years.]

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