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After -- Nicole thank you very much.
-- media moguls say that the bitter and divisive presidential election is hurting any chance that we have.
For an economic rebound the Concord Denis Neill is also -- design valley -- hello Dennis.
Hey Cheryl you know the millionaires and billionaires are on parade here in Sun Valley this morning among the guy show that -- got our boss Rupert Murdoch.
You've got Zynga co-founder mark Pincus -- and Bill Gates of Microsoft John Malone the cable -- Barry Diller Harvey Weinstein gay -- now.
A lot of these guys they -- plenty of obstacles.
In the way of an economic recovery there's the meltdown in Europe the slowdown in China the possible smackdown between Israel and Iran.
But quite a few of these guys such -- dealmaker billionaire real Wilbur Ross Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen.
And former Disney CEO Michael Eisner and -- Yahoo! chief Terry Semel they told me that one of the biggest obstacle -- all.
Is the bitter and divisive presidential election.
I think there -- a lot of signs that are.
-- -- -- -- But there -- these lingering doubts about the -- the world there be obviously the conflict there were.
Facing in the Middle East and in this selection process is just aggravating it's tiring and it's.
Much should be this process especially between now on the -- is going to be helpful.
I think it's a tough go.
And hopefully we can put together and fifty election's over with a finally find out who's in charge of world.
The democrats' war on wealth these guys say it's distracting us from getting the right things done and for them.
Election Day cannot come too soon.
-- -- All right Dan us now live out in Sun Valley -- --