alyona show from washington and more on obama's announcement to pull out thirty three thousand troops from afghanistan. for the feel we've got. the biggest issues get voice face to face with the news makers. welcome to the lower show where you'll get the real headlines with none of them or say we're going to live in washington d.c. now today we'll speak with lawrence wilkerson colin powell former chief of staff about president obama's speech tonight on withdrawing troops from afghanistan also take a look at what the chairman ben bernanke he had to say in his second press conference was to say that it wasn't good news and then we'll look into an f.b.i. raid that took place last night some reports are saying that it might have to do with an attempted crackdown on law security we're going to have all that and more free tonight but first let's take a quick look at what your mainstream media is missing. so tonight at eight pm president obama will be giving a speech to the nation announcing his plan his timetable for withdrawing troops from afghanistan and the mainstream media actually noti
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