Washington correspondents discussed President Bush’s budget, which was to be released the next Monday. Topics included the… read more
Washington correspondents discussed President Bush’s budget, which was to be released the next Monday. Topics included the importance of the president’s proposals which would then be changed by Congress, efforts to cut spending, the possibility of vetoing excessive earmarks, and the schedule of the government. They also talked about covering President Bush, his legacy, and the president’s trip to Africa the next week on which they were going.
The reporters had come to interview Office of Management and Budget Director Jim Nussle, who canceled his appearance. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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