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The trial the judge Brian Kilmeade judge -- approximately 66408.
Bill Burton joins us now he's the deputy White House Press Secretary.
Bill it's been since the campaign where you Benton welcome back to Brian -- the judge.
Into I tell you what you in the government as it turns out there are a lot of meetings yes.
-- always here for you and else remember how small your offices you guys are right atop each other right the White House.
That's right it's -- that's pretty compact place and that everybody's.
Pretty close including the president.
And do you know one thing people know but the west -- is that no matter where you are the president is either like right around the corner right upstairs to write -- you're determined you bumping them a whole all the time it's under ventricle.
Well bill first off but in this issue at hand I think maybe the top issue might be Chrysler is is how strange is it to have something this big really be out of your hands it's in the court's hands correct.
That's right rules Supreme Court justices this making -- determination now on whether or not they want to slow the stand and you know I don't think if there was any.
Signal one way or another -- Where they were headed yesterday you know and if you guys know and it's our reporter on -- -- -- currently it was just this weekend that.
You know the court got all the documents.
That would have to do with the Decatur which is a lot of documents or this or they're sorting through them right now.
Justice Ginsburg was just.
-- -- take let's take a look at the sentiment.
They're going to make it to.
I agree with you that the granting of the stay does not does not tip their hand sometimes when it justice grant a stay here -- Has talked to the other justices sometimes just the mountain of materials -- got to stay what happened below so the we have time to read this but if they extend the stay.
If they take the case.
If they say you can't do this this would be immaterial and extraordinary set back.
For your -- plans.
To address the crisis -- -- automobile manufacturers.
I don't know about that and that's a pretty big -- -- -- I agree with you -- -- so.
-- we're gonna mater what happens here but we feel pretty confident in the case that we made in the deal that that we've helped.
Bring together you it didn't take a bigger look at the auto industry in what President Obama has done here.
One thing I think tickets meant is that.
Had he not gotten involved had he not gotten.
GM and Chrysler to put together plans they can make -- sustainable and help them.
To keep going now I dated a basis you.
Food companies face the possible you know a possible liquidation.
You know the devastating impact.
Those companies doing -- under not just for those workers so terrible for those workers but also for the auto parts suppliers.
All the dealers you know all the small businesses that support those businesses and their communities it would have been devastated.
So obviously some very hard decisions had to give -- but.
We think that those companies have come up with the best possible plan to go forward.
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