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Foreclosure plan ignores six million borrowers

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President Obama’s new foreclosure plan will assist a limited number of U.S. homeowners underwater, yet does nothing to address the six million borrowers who are behind on their payments or are in foreclosure. CNBC’s Diana Olick explains.