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Congress / Power Shift / Bush / Iraq Strategy #916878

FNC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 03, 2007
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.

(White House: Bret Baier) The possibility of cooperation between the new Democratic Congress and President Bush examined. [In Rose Garden, BUSH- says the new budget proposal will address the nation’s most urgent needs, including keeping the economy growing.] “Wall Street Journal” statement from Bush warning Congress against passing bills for political statements quoted on screen; details given on Bush’s expected new strategy in Iraq.

(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.

(Washington: Major Garrett) The reactions to Democrats’ plans to focus on ethics reform rather than Iraq featured; scenes shown of anti-war protestors at a press conference. [Peace activist Cindy SHEEHAN†- presents their demands.] [Democratic caucus chairman Rahm EMANUEL†- says the most important thing Congress can do is to begin to hold hearings.] [Representative Martin MEEHAN†- says lobbyists will no longer have influence on Congress.]

Smith, Shepard;
Baier, Bret;
Garrett, Major

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