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President Bush (search) has won reelection and four more years in the White House.
Is this the president's opportunity to seize the moment and face our economic issues dead on? Don Marron, chairman and CEO of Lightyear Capital.
When it comes to foreign policy, will the result build Bush's confidence, or will it drive him to be more humble? We'll be joined by George Leclere, director of the International TV Academy; Bruce Bartlett, senior fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis, and Richard Burt, former U.S. ambassador to Germany.
Plus, there's a clear loser in the election: the media's exit polls. Is it time to get rid of them? We'll ask Brent Bozell, president of the Center for Media Research, and Pat Caddell, former Democratic pollster.
And, how did Wall Street react to President Bush's reelection? We'll take the market's temperature with David Darst, chief investment strategist with Morgan Stanley's Individual Investor Group; Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors, and David Nelson, president of D.C. Nelson Asset Management.
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