Tuesday night the Republican-controlled House cancelled a vote to reopen the federal government, leaving many to wonder if there will be a risk of default. In this clip, Herman Cain explains why on midnight on October 17th, the United States will not go into default, and why there’s no scary cliff to avoid.
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What the prospects of a national default mean and don’t mean. Will we go off a cliff? Coming up on the show: bit.ly/SbEY0u