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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.
(Washington: Jeff Greenfield) The radical changes on the eve of President Bush's second inauguration since four years ago examined; details recalled of the situation in 2000 before terrorism, war in Iraq & national debt & of the outcome of the 2004 election. [Free Congress Foundation Paul WEYRICH- talks about Bush.] [Representative Barney FRANK - criticizes the Republicans.] [Representative Peter KING - comments on Bush's security & strength; notes some Republican will want to stray now.]
(Studio: Aaron Brown) The White House scare about a van reviewed; van shown.
(Studio: Aaron Brown) The start of inaugural activities noted; scenes shown of Bush attending a rally for the troops.
(White House: John King) CNN's taped interview held with Bush. [BUSH - talks about the importance of intelligence; states we are behind in telling the American story; recalls President Ronald Reagan's decisions; indicates we have to win & he will continue to be straight forward about freedom while toning down his language; comments on what happened in war in Iraq.] Bush's views on the Islamic world discussed.
- Brown, Aaron;
- Greenfield, Jeff;
- King, John
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