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Budget: Debt Ceiling / A Discussion #998578

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 27, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on Congressional moves to solve the debt crisis before Tuesday's deadline with a vote on Speaker of the House John Boehner's bill tomorrow noted; details given of the drop in the stock market. CNN poll findings on the voters' support for a balanced approach cited. [Representatives Eric CANTOR, Tom PRICE, BOEHNER, Senator John McCAIN, Representatives Sam JOHNSON, Michele BACHMANN, Jim JOHNSON - oppose raising taxes.]

(Capitol Hill: Kate Bolduan) The revised plan from Boehner with deficit reduction reviewed and the view of the Democrats that the House bill will fall in the Senate discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen and Gloria Borger about the budget crisis. [BORGER - comments on the options for Senator Harry Reid and Boehner if their measures do not pass and on the "inside track" with Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Mitch McConnell talking to people.] [GERGEN - says the issue is what kind of compromise can be fashioned and passed; notes the stock market drop sent a message to Congress.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Bolduan, Kate
Duration:
00:11:30

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