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You Decide 2004 / Bush vs. Kerry / Economy, Energy / Campaign Cuts #793490

FNC Evening News for Friday, Aug 06, 2004
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) President Bush’s defense of the government’s decision to raise the terror alert level noted. [BUSH – says the government has an obligation to tell Americans about significant threats.]

(White House: Wendell Goler) Bush’s campaign featured; details given about his response to today’s disappointing Labor Department job figures. [BUSH – says the economy is continuing to move forward.] [Senator John Kerry’s economic advisor Gene SPERLIN†- says Bush’s economic policy has not helped the typical American family.]

(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.

(Kansas City, Missouri: Carl Cameron) Kerry’s campaign featured; details given about his energy policy and response to today’s job figures. [KERRY – says the country has not turned a corner under Bush.]

(Studio: Shepard Smith) Campaign Cuts about Alan Keyes’ decision to run for US Senate in Illinois noted.

Smith, Shepard;
Goler, Wendell;
Cameron, Carl

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