Washington Week

Webcast Extra - April 29, 2011

Special | 6m 33s

The panel discusses the unrest in Syria and the U.S.'s difficult relationship with that country. Also, the journalism story behind the most recent leaks from WikiLeaks and Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels (R) ponders a presidential run while moving to the right on social issues. Also, Democrats counter Republican fundraising with their own big organization, Priorities USA.

Aired: 04/29/11

Rating: NR

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