CBS News’ “The Early Show” co-anchor Harry Smith interviewed president Barack Obama at a General Motors plant in Michigan recently
Part one of the exclusive interview aired Sunday morning.
Part two will air on "The Early Show” Monday morning.
Smith’s interview takes an inside look at the resurgence of the U.S. auto industry and the state of the economy, immigration and the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan.
“If you had to give yourself an assessment for these first 18 months, how would you grade yourself?”
“Well, I think it's incomplete because until the economy has rebounded fully and people are feeling better we've got a long way to go. But when I look back on what we've accomplished on the past 18 months, preventing the country from sinking into a great depression, stabilizing the financial markets, saving the U.S. auto industry, oh and by the way, passing health care, I’d say that's a pretty good track record,” said President Obama.
Again, more of harry smith's interview with president Obama will air Monday morning on “The Early Show” on WTVY news 4.
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