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Bush / Inauguration #396365

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 20, 2001
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(Washington: Dan Rather) The inauguration of President Bush featured; scenes shown from the "church of presidents," the meeting with outgoing President Clinton, the drive down Pennsylvania Avenue, the inauguration ceremony, demonstrations and marching bands. [BUSH - speaks about our unity, our union.] [At Andrews Air Force Base, CLINTON - says goodbye.]

(White House: John Roberts) Bush's call for unity at his inauguration featured; various scenes shown of Bush and of demonstrations along the parade route. [BUSH - asks Americans to be "responsible citizens."] [BUSH - says things will get done.] Bush's plans to introduce an education bill on Tuesday noted.

(Washington: Dan Rather) Senate confirmation of seven Bush cabinet members reported; pictures shown.

Rather, Dan;
Roberts, John

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