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Interview: Deaver #439076

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 27, 2001
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(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Live interview held with Michael Deaver about his book on President Ronald Reagan entitled A Different Drummer. [DEAVER - compares the times of the first 100 days of the presidencies of Reagan and George W. Bush; comments on the similarities and differences between Reagan and President Bill Clinton; disagrees with the view of author Edmund Morris about Reagan after the assassination attempt; talks about the relationship between Reagan and his wife, Nancy and about his disease, which leaves him in a world of his own.] [REAGAN - gives speech about "slipping the surly bonds of earth."]

Reporter(s):
Blitzer, Wolf
Duration:
00:06:30

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