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Presidency / Second Term / Viguerie Interview #770257

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 08, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) President Ronald Reagan's second term recalled.

(Washington: Bruce Morton) The second "jinx" examined; details given about problems for Presidents Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Reagan & Bill Clinton. [BUSH - says he earned political capital.] [REAGAN, CLINTON - speak about problems.] [Presidential historian Robert DALLEK†- outlines the problems second term presidents face as they become lame ducks.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with conservative activist American Target Advertising's Richard Viguerie. [From Washington, VIGUERIE - says we have waited 50 years for this: a conservative president with a Republican-controlled Congress; comments on private accounts for Social Security; wants God back in the public square & to right the wrongs carried out by government.]

Brown, Aaron;
Morton, Bruce

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