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"I'm not predicting failure . . . yet," Sam Donaldson told KSL this morning about President Obama's health care reform plan. Sam had interesting comments about how this process is moving through Congress and what the chances are that something will actually pass, and on President Obama's timetable.
Sam also commented on Day 2 of the Sotomayor hearings and the likelihood that, barring some meltdown, she will be confirmed. Click here to hear Sam's comments, and why he said he loves Tim and Amanda like a brother and sister, but . . .
Goldman Sachs is out today with some impressive earnings. How do you feel about that, when taxpayer money may have been the spark behind those earnings? You feel great, if you're an investor. ABC's Charles Herman joined us on KSL to explain Goldman's earnings, and the other banks coming in later this week. He also weighed in on the budget deficit topping $1 trillion this week. Click here to hear the interview.