Presidential Address on Financial Crisis
President Bush delivered a prime time television address from the State Floor of the White House on the plan to provide $700 billion to assist troubled banks and shore up the U.S. financial markets. In his address he spoke about the origins of the financial crisis, possible impact on the U.S. economy, and the need for bipartisan congressional action of Treasury Secretary’s proposed plan. close
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