Roundtable: Obama's New Foreign Policy Direction He's been in the White House just a few days, but President Barack Obama is already reversing some of his predecessor's executive orders. Plus, New York Gov. David Paterson picks Rep. Kirsten Gillibrand to fill Hillary Clinton's senate seat. For more, Tony Cox speaks with reporters Clarence Page and Charisse Jones.
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Roundtable: Obama's New Foreign Policy Direction

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Roundtable: Obama's New Foreign Policy Direction

Roundtable: Obama's New Foreign Policy Direction

Roundtable: Obama's New Foreign Policy Direction

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He's been in the White House just a few days, but President Barack Obama is already reversing some of his predecessor's executive orders.

Plus, New York Governor David Paterson picks Kirsten Gillibrand, a congresswoman from upstate New York, to fill Hillary Clinton's senate seat.

For more, Tony Cox speaks with Clarence Page — a columnist for the Chicago Tribune — and Charisse Jones, a national correspondent for USA Today.