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(Washington: Dan Rather) CBS News/"New York Times" poll findings on President Bush’s handling of Iraq cited.
(White House: John Roberts) The decline in Bush’s job performance rating examined; poll results cited; details given of the challenges in his second term, including Social Security reform & Iraq. [BUSH – calls for unity.] [At her Senate confirmation hearing, Secretary of State nominee Condoleezza RICE – admits some decisions have been bad.] [Senator Joseph BIDEN – criticizes the administration’s Iraq policy & Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.] The delay in Rice’s confirmation vote noted.
(Studio: Dan Rather) The Senate Foreign Relations Committee’s recommendation that Rice be confirmed by the full Senate reported.
- Rather, Dan;
- Roberts, John
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