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CNBC Exclusive “Keeping America Great:  The CNBC White House Summit” Live From Washington D.C. on Friday, July 27 on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street”

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ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., July 26-At a time when the U.S. dollar is at record lows, credit worries are rampant in the market and tax rates are front and center as the Democrats gain power in Washington, CNBC's Dylan Ratigan, gathers the Bush Economic Team for "Keeping America Great: The CNBC White House Summit" live from Washington D.C., Friday, July 27th on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" (9AM-11AM ET).

In an unprecedented event, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez, Office of Management and Budget Director Rob Portman and President Bush's Economic Advisor Edward Lazear gather for a roundtable discussion from the White House, exclusively on CNBC, First in Business Worldwide. In this exclusive interview, Ratigan will cover the GDP data, credit risk and the volatility in the market, housing, China and corporate taxes with the leaders of the most powerful economy in the world.

In the wake of Wall Street's massive sell-off today, what do you want to know? CNBC will be taking viewer questions today at closingbell@cnbc.com. Tune in tomorrow to hear how Bush's Economic Team answers your questions.

CNBC's Dylan Ratigan is the host and co-creator of CNBC's "Fast Money," (8PM-9PM ET) co-anchor of CNBC's "Morning Call" (11AM-12PM ET) and co-anchor of CNBC's "Closing Bell" (3PM-4PM ET).





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