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Gore and Dole Interviews #350930

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 10, 1993
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(White House: Dan Rather) Interviews held with Vice President Al Gore and Senator Robert Dole about politics. [GORE - defends President Clinton's economic plan with an energy tax.] [DOLE - wants more spending cuts and fewer taxes or the tax package will lose; talks about possible selection of Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt or Stephen Breyer to the Supreme Court.] [GORE - says options are being examined for the court appointment; likens the administration's first few months to a shakedown cruise; lists bills that have been enacted.] [DOLE - assesses the Clinton presidency so far; says Clinton must pick an issue and fight for it.]

Rather, Dan

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