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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 12, 2006
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Washington: John Roberts) President Bush's juggling act in dealing with so many foreign policy crises examined; National Security Council spokesman Frederick Jones quoted about the Lebanon attack; details given about Iraq, Afghanistan, North Korea & Gaza. [Former Secretary of State official Wendy SHERMAN - says there are so many difficult challenges; says Bush could turn out to be Harry Truman or Herbert Hoover.] [ANALYST - suggests the administration is reaping what it sowed with its tough line.] [Russian President Vladimir PUTIN†- {thru translator} criticizes Vice President Dick Cheney.] [January 20, 2005, BUSH - outlines goals.] ["Larry King Live," BUSH - talks about his legacy.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Roberts, John

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