2008_09_paulson10.jpgTreasury Secretary (and former Goldman Sachs chairman and CEO) Henry Paulson is on Meet the Press right now (and other programs), but in the mean time, he told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos that the White House will try to have foreign firms included in the $700 billion bailout. Paulson said, "We are talking very aggressively with other countries around the world. If a financial institution has business operations in the United States, hires people in the United States...they have the same impact on the American people as any other institution." Well, Senator Chuck Schumer is telling Congress to pass the bailout, saying it needs to be passed soon. Paulson just told MTP's Tom Brokaw this is a "humbling" experience. Mayor Bloomberg will be up next.