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Latin America / Bush’s Brazil Visit #924682

FNC Evening News for Friday, Mar 09, 2007
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(Studio: Trace Gallagher) Scenes shown from Sao Paulo, Brazil, of protests over the ethanol fuel deal between the US and Brazil.

(Sao Paulo, Brazil: Bret Baier) President Bush’s Latin America visit featured; details given on the ethanol agreement; scenes shown of Bush touring an ethanol facility. [BUSH – says overseas oil dependency is a national security issue; talks about US aid to Central and South America.]

(Studio: Trace Gallagher; on the phone in Buenos Aires, Argentina: Steve Harrigan) The anti-Bush rally held by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in Argentina discussed; map shown.

Gallagher, Trace;
Baier, Bret;
Harrigan, Steve

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