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WASHINGTON WEEK

April 22, 2011

  • Aired: 04/22/2011
  • 24:50
  • Rating: NR
With gas prices on the rise, an S&P report lowering America's credit outlook, continuing debate over the deficit and a stalemate in Libya, President Obama's approval numbers have declined just at the moment he launched his reelection campaign. Joining Gwen tonight: David Wessel/Wall Street Journal; Coral Davenport/National Journal; Dan Balz/Washington Post and Martha Raddatz/ABC News.
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Politics of gas prices; stalemate in Libya; the U.S. deficit debate; new poll numbers
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