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Bush in West / Conflicts With Congress #869428

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Sep 13, 1992
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(Studio: David French) Bush began campaign trip to West with a GOP fund raiser hosted by Bo Hope, Comedian; Clinton heading to west tomorrow; Bush trails Clinton in California polls, currently; Bush has threatened a veto of several spending bills. [Excerpt of Ronald REAGAN.]

(Jeanne Meserve) Hoping to enhance his image as a budget cutter, Bush threatening to veto seven appropriation bills with spending higher than he recommended; Democrats say Congress is spending less money than asserted and Bush is grandstanding; Choreographed conflicts between Congress and President. [Excerpt of Dan QUAYLE, Vice President; Remarks from Lloyd BENTSEN, Senator (D) Finance Chairman; Lynn MARTIN, Labor Secretary; George MITCHELL, Senator (D) Majority Leader.]

Meserve, Jeanne

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