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CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 04, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) A complicated political year introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Jonathan Karl) This year's Congressional election campaign featured. [Senate majority leader Tom DASCHLE - criticizes President Bush's tax cut for making the recession worse by taking away economic flexibility; says the tax cut is the biggest reason the surplus is gone.] [Democratic pollster Mark PENN - talks about the economy.] [Republican pollster Frank LUNTZ - points out this is not a normal period because of September 11.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Crawford, Texas: Kelly Wallace) The delicate balancing act by the Republicans in responding to Daschle's speech reviewed; scenes shown of the unveiling of Bush's portrait as Texas governor. [Vice President Dick Cheney counselor Mary MATALIN - comments.] [BUSH - says he will take the "can-do Texas spirit" to Washington.] Bush's travel plans for next week outlined.

Brown, Aaron;
Karl, Jonathan;
Wallace, Kelly

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