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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(White House: Andrea Mitchell) The distractions that have been keeping President Clinton from concentrating on his economic plan featured; the stalling of his stimulus package in the Senate mentioned. [CLINTON - defends swimming pools; hopes to refocus his activity.] [White House Chief of Staff Thomas McLARTY - says we are moving forward on health care reform.] The various issues on which Clinton has stated a position reviewed. [CLINTON, Clinton pollster Stan GREENBERG - comment.] The dangers for Clinton in spreading himself too thin reiterated.
(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Interview held with Vice President Al Gore about the administration's economic plan. [GORE - defends the economic plan with its jobs program, despite Senate gridlock; says the American people want change and the creation of additional jobs; explains the administration's handling of environmental objectives in the West.]
- Brokaw, Tom;
- Mitchell, Andrea
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