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Bob and Tony were both unimpressed with Obama's press conference, but for very different reasons, while Arianna found a ray of hope in the hint that Elizabeth Warren would soon be named head of the Consumer Protection Agency. While Tony questions her impact on the banks, Matt responds that the banks betrayed consumers. Bob feels the Democrats need a populist response in substance, not just in rhetoric, and Arianna calls out the hypocrisy of the deficit hawks. Also, on the ninth anniversary of 9/11, all four decry the media attention given to a previously unknown pastor's threats to burn Korans.

 


 

Banner image: Elizabeth Warren, then-chairman of the Congressional Oversight Panel, set up to oversee the TARP program, asks US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner a question on April 21, 2009 during hearings on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Will President Obama name her head of the Consumer Protection Agency? Photo: Tim Sloan/AFP/Getty Images

Third World America

Arianna Huffington

Producers:
Sarah Spitz

Guest Interview Obama's Presser; The Economy; 9/11 and a Florida Pastor

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