Fast Fix: Will Egypt hurt Obama? (VIDEO)
The uprising in Egypt has scrambled President Obama's planned push on the jobs front this week -- side-tracking a key domestic issue as he and his Administration react to the rapidly-changing developments in the Middle East.
The longer the Egypt conflict continues, the more difficult it will be for President Obama to preserve the precious political momentum he had been building since last year's lame-duck congressional session.
Today's "Fast Fix" episode looks at the political peril for President Obama in the conflict and outlines the best (and worst) case solutions for him.
| February 1, 2011; 2:00 PM ET
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