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Washington Notebook (Bush Presidency) #329995

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Oct 13, 1990
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Assessment of President Bush's presidency at the midpoint featured. [Representative Larry SMITH - says you have read about Bush's "lips, hips, clips, slips and flips, but not his leaderships."] [Representatives Robert TORRICELLI, Jim LEACH, Senator George MITCHELL - offer differing opinions on Bush and the budget summit.] Bush noted coming off as indecisive and too dependent on his heavy-handed aide White House Chief of Staff John Sununu in the budget battle. [On Tuesday, BUSH - compares his support in international and domestic areas.] [Brookings Institution Thomas MANN - says Bush prefers foreign policy making; adds his presidency has begun unraveling.]

Schieffer, Bob

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