President Obama heads to Capitol Hill to plead for economic aid

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

A busy day is ahead on Capitol Hill as President Obama pleads his case for the stimulus package to Senate and House Republicans. Vice President Joe Biden will also be on the Hill for the swearing in of New York’s newest senator, Kirsten Gillibrand. Capitol News Connection’s Todd Zwillich tells us what we should expect from the President and Vice-President's tag-team.

Follow The Takeaway's coverage of the stimulus package

"The last time they passed a stimulus like this was never. Nobody's ever done this before."
— Todd Zwillich, reporter for Capitol News Connection, on President Obama's $825 billion stimulus plan

Guests:

Todd Zwillich

Contributors:

Noel King

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