Obama Heckled By Blacks At Town Hall Meeting Accused of not focusing on black issues, Barack Obama was heckled today at a town hall meeting in Florida. Plus, a new executive order gives more power to the national intelligence director, angering some members of Congress. Farai Chideya explores those issues in today's reporters' roundtable.
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Obama Heckled By Blacks At Town Hall Meeting

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Obama Heckled By Blacks At Town Hall Meeting

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Accused of not focusing on black issues, Barack Obama was heckled today at a town hall meeting in Florida. Plus, a new executive order gives more power to the national intelligence director, angering members of Congress.

Joining our reporters' roundtable today: independent journalist Bob Butler and Chandra Thomas, assistant editor and writer for Atlanta magazine.

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