James Wolfensohn on America's global reputation & the election

Part 2, October 21 2008: James Wolfensohn, chairman of Wolfensohn and Company, LLC, talks to Chrystia Freeland, US managing editor, about how America's role as the epicentre of the financial crisis has dealt a blow to the reputation of the US abroad. He discusses the intervention of the US Federal Reserve, his opinion of Timothy Geithner and which political party he would prefer to see in the next US administration. He also talks about Senator Barack Obama and his preparation for handling the financial crisis in the next year, as well as the symbolic effect an Obama win would have on the rest of the world. Next week, Jeffrey Kindler of Pfizer. If you have a question for Jeffrey Kindler, please email it to the link below.