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And now it's time to take a look at who is talking and we are hearing from Bob Woodward he's the author of the new book it's called the price of politics.
And he's giving readers an inside look at the debt negotiations between congress and the White House a Woodward sat down with Sean Hannity to discuss the book and what he says was a lack of leadership by the president during the talks.
We have 25 million on an underemployed Americans right now one in six Americans Bob and and poverty.
Million Americans on food stamps in this country where we're really.
But and finds that nearly six trillion at the end of Obama's first term in new -- this is not a game anymore.
That's what this is about as serious a crisis has I think we've faced since the Great Depression.
And getting worse and and this was last year and they fixed it by postponing -- -- everything no cuts no tax increases no.
Sensible alignment of the federal budget in so we are going to in December -- January be back in the same.
And the federal government is gonna be in the position where there's no congressional authorization.
To pay its bills now this leaves you well know.
This is it federal government that borrows a trillion dollars a year.
We have got that may be more in the book gives you went through it's it's Tim Geithner to his credit.
Who's running around saying -- we have got to fix this we -- going to do.
Potentially something that will.
And last for generations it's going to screw up everything everything when you get into the details you realize.
That it could have been fixed yeah that.
Quite frankly I think Bill Clinton or Ronald Reagan would have sit down and said we can't let this -- -- Well as we mentioned earlier the White House says the president was fully committed to preventing -- default.
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