Automakers Face A Skeptical Audience
Automakers Face A Skeptical Public — Before President Bush laid out his plan on Friday, automakers had pleaded with Congress not once, but twice before it fell to the White House. Lots of politicking went into getting the deal to where it is, and many members of Congress remain skeptical.
Host Scott Simon talks with NPR News Analyst Juan Williams about the politics of the Detroit bailout and the latest additions to the Obama administration.
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