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Anderson Cooper grills Obama on Daschle, the economy...and of course, the dog

February 5, 2009 | 11:32 am

President Obama talked dogs with CNN's Anderson Cooper President Obama, in a Tuesday interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper, answered tough questions about Tom Daschle's withdrawal as health and human services secretary-designate and the state of the U.S. economy.  But what's a high-profile TV interview without a few softballs?

From CNN's interview transcript:

Cooper: Final questions, just a quick lightning round, just a couple of fun questions. What's the latest on the dog search?

Obama: We are going to get it in the spring. I think the theory was that the girls might be less inclined to do the walking when it was cold outside.

Cooper: Portuguese water dog? You don't know yet?

Obama: You know, we're still experimenting.

PeoplePets has the 20-second video, if you're dying to see it for yourself.

--Lindsay Barnett

Photo: Alex Garcia / Chicago Tribune

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