Ken Duberstein; Peter Baker; 'An Imam in America'

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Tuesday 07/03/2007

Former chief of staff for President Reagan Ken Duberstein reflects on President Bush's decision to commute Lewis "Scooter" Libby's prison sentence and the way the decision may affect Bush's approval ratings. Journalist Peter Baker of The Washington Post talks about his front page story about President Bush's falling approval ratings and the political turmoil Bush has endured. Journalist Andrea Elliott on her Pulitzer Prize-winning series, "An Imam in America," about an Egyptian man ministering to his Muslim congregation in Brooklyn, joined by the story's subject, Sheikh Reda Shata.