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Obama Didn't Want Congress' Advice On GM Head

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President Obama didn't want any advice from Congress on the decision to ask GM CEO Rick Wagoner to resign, according to Carl Levin (D), Michigan's senior senator.

"He didn't ask us about it, he informed us," Levin told reporters in a conference call Monday afternoon. "The president said he'd already decided."

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