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Bush / State of The Union Address / Polls / Barbour, Lockhart Interview #656149

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 28, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(White House: John King) President Bush's State of the Union address that will focus on three challenges previewed: (1) the war on terrorism; (2) homeland security; (3) the struggling economy. [Vice President Dick CHENEY - says we are in war since September 11 and our national priority is to win that war.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Washington: Candy Crowley) Bush's standing in public opinion polls examined; figures from the CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll cited. [California couple Eric and Liza SCHAFF - assess Bush's first year; worry about elements of the economy.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with former Republican National Committee chairman Haley Barbour and former White House press secretary Joe Lockhart about Bush and the State of the Union. [BARBOUR - outlines what Bush might worry about; says Bush will offer a nonpartisan agenda in his address tomorrow.] [LOCKHART - says the people do not support the tax cut or Bush's economic plan; hopes Bush will make a speech to try to bring the people together; suggests Enron is more a problem for Bush's administration than for the Democrats.]

Brown, Aaron;
Crowley, Candy;
King, John

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