This program is 21 minutes long
(White House: David Kerley) The dilemma for President Obama over how many troops to recall from the war in Afghanistan examined; details given about the possible withdrawal numbers. [US Inst. of Peace Scott WORDEN- says the situation on the ground is bleak.] [Outgoing US ambassador to Afghanistan Karl EIKENBERRY- responds to criticism from Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai that US is an occupier.] [With Diane Sawyer, Secretary of Defense Robert GATES - talks about the withdrawal time frame.] [On "Meet the Press," Senator Lindsey GRAHAM - worries withdrawal could lose the war.] The US admission of talks with the Taliban noted and the pressure on President Obama from Congress discussed.
(White House: Robin Roberts) The Obama interview featured. [OBAMA - calls Michelle's family "Leave It To Beaver" while he was raised without a father; talks about his and Michelle's family values, his daughters.]
(New Jersey: Rob Nelson) Clemons, the musician, featured; scenes shown of the E Street Band and the New Jersey bar where he played. [CLEMONS - talks about love, respect and trust.]
(Escalon, California: Neal Karlinsky) A reporter's trip into the bull ring under instructions from a real matador presented; scenes shown from a bullfighting school. [Bullfight teacher matador Dennis BORBA- talks about facing the bull.]