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Washington Notebook (Clinton and The Republicans) #341914

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Nov 21, 1992
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) The role for the Republicans in President-elect Bill Clinton's Washington examined. [Vice President-elect Albert GORE - says gridlock is loosening.] [Republican leaders Senator Robert DOLE, Representative Robert MICHEL - talk about working together.] [American Enterprise Institution Norman ORNSTEIN - says conciliation always happens at first.] [January 30, 1989, President BUSH - says there are friends in the loyal opposition.] [Senator Alan SIMPSON - outlines what the people want.] [Representative Vin WEBER - cites the choices for the opposition.] [ORNSTEIN - says the opposition can block moves.]

Schieffer, Bob

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