No Nominees, But Obama Cabinet Already Has Critics

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Weekend Edition host Rachel Martin speaks with NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson about President Obama's plans for cabinet appointments in his second term. Already, the president will have to find new heads for the State Department and the CIA, and he's run into early opposition from Republicans in the Senate.

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