Washington Week

November 12, 2010

11/12/2010 | 23m 36s

Election fallout continues: the President faces challenges abroad and George W. Bush focuses on his legacy. Jackie Calmes (NY Times) on the deficit commission's draft proposals, Naftali Bendavid (Wall Street Journal) examines leadership battles in Congress, Tom Gjelten (NPR) analyzes the global economy as Mr. Obama travels to Asia, and Martha Raddatz (ABC News) on the Bush memoir.

Aired: 11/12/10

Rating: NR

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