Bush Campaign Speech

President Bush spoke to supporters at a Labor Day picnic in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, during a campaign swing through Michigan and… read more

President Bush spoke to supporters at a Labor Day picnic in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, during a campaign swing through Michigan and Wisconsin. In his remarks, the president pledged to make the interests of working men and women the number one priority for the nation. He criticized Democratic presidential candidate Gov. Bill Clinton’s remarks for being critical of the U.S., and claimed Gov. Clinton was attempting to scare the country into electing him into office. He promised to speak of “real ideas” in the 1992 campaign. He also called for a reduction in the number of frivolous lawsuits in the American legal system, and recalled the rhetoric of former President Harry Truman. close

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Bush Campaign Speech

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Program ID:
32040-1
Category:
White House Event
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Speech
Location:
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
First Aired:
Sep 7, 1992
Last Aired:
Sep 8, 1992

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  • Sep 07, 1992 | 11:11am EDT | C-SPAN 1
  • Sep 08, 1992 | 12:05pm EDT | C-SPAN 1
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