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Reagan Administration / Tax Reform / Administration Staff Relations #541414

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 22, 1985
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(Studio) President Reagan's victory in tax reform legislature in Congress and recent staff relations problems noted.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(DC) President's weekend activities mentioned in wake of work with Congress on tax reform bill. Comments of House Speaker Tip O'Neill, on "Meet the Press" television show, noted. [O'NEILL - comments with regard to Reagan's work with Republican representatives] Problems among White House and administration staff members described, include claims by staffs of Treasury Secretary James Baker and Chief of Staff Don. Regan. Analysis of staff situation described. Scenes shown. [Former White House political strategist Ed ROLLINS - comments on role of chief of staff.] [Current White House political strategist Mitchell DANIELS - comments.] Upcoming signing of farm bill by President Reagan noted.
REPORTER: Robin Lloyd

Reporter(s):
Lloyd, Robin;
Palmer, John
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00:02:00

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