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You Decide 2004 / Bush vs. Kerry / Ohio / Campaign Cuts #770367

FNC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 10, 2004
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) The meeting between Senator John Kerry and Howard Dean at Kerry’s campaign headquarters in Washington, DC, shown.

(Washington: Carl Cameron) Kerry’s campaign featured; details given about his stop in Chicago where he spoke about jobs and Dean’s expected endorsement of Kerry. [While speaking “off camera”, KERRY – calls Republicans the most crooked, lying group of people he has ever known.]

(Studio: Shepard Smith) Union workers’ protest against President Bush in Cleveland shown.

(White House: Wendell Goler) Bush’s visit to Ohio featured; details given about the state’s loss of over 200,000 jobs while Bush has been in office and his continued focus on the economy in his re-election campaign; scenes shown of Bush touring a factory in Cleveland. [At a symposium for women business owners, BUSH – says economic isolationism would lead to retaliation from abroad and put US jobs at risks.] [Representative Nancy PELOSI†- says the job losses are a mystery to the Secretary of the Treasury.]

(Studio: Shepard Smith) Campaign Cuts about the health of Dennis Kucinich and Republican criticism of anti-Bush TV ads, which were paid for by “soft” money, reported.

Smith, Shepard;
Cameron, Carl;
Goler, Wendell

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