April 2nd, 2009
08:39 AM ET

Obama finds world blames U.S.

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Ed Rollins
CNN Contributor

After firing the CEO of General Motors and putting Chrysler on a path that could lead to bankruptcy, the still-popular President Obama moved from the domestic battlefield to the international one. But the subject is the same, with no relief in sight: the woeful world economy.

The president and a staff of hundreds took off this week on Air Force One and backup planes to attend his first international summit, the G-20 meeting in London, England.

The eyes of a nervous world are looking to the new American president, as well as the leaders of 18 other countries and the European Union, with some hope that they can get us out of this world financial crisis. These countries all have diverse populations and different roles in the world, but all share a concern for a world economy that is teetering on the brink of disaster.

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Filed under: Economy • Ed Rollins • President Barack Obama
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  1. Annie Kate

    Sorry that you have such an embarrassing party leader, Ed. At least, unlike Bush who could have competed with him for doing stupid things, he has no real power to inflict his stupidity on the rest of us. I hope that the GOP finds a good leader to represent them – someone smart like you – otherwise, they are going to look just as unorganized and in disarray in the next election as they did in this last one.

    April 2, 2009 at 5:04 pm |