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Sunday Cover (Bush's 100 Days) #397903

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 29, 2001
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(Studio: John Roberts) President Bush's first 100 days in office reviewed; CBS News poll findings on Bush's approval rating cited. [BUSH - jokes.] [Former White House Chief of Staff Leon PANETTA - says Bush has done a good job since assuming the presidency.] [Presidential historian James MacGregor BURNS - praises Bush's handling of the China crisis.] [BUSH - campaigns on tax relief.] The criticism of Bush's environmental policies reviewed. [Senator Tom DASCHLE - worries.] [February 27, BUSH - calls for a "tone of civility."] [Representative Richard GEPHARDT - says there has been no bipartisanship.] [Republican David GERGEN - calls Bush's presidency a work in progress.]

Roberts, John

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