President Bush on Domestic Policy Record
President George W. Bush spoke about domestic policy during his administration with Christopher DeMuth. In the conversation he reflected on a number of topics including immigration reform, energy policy, taxes, and the state of the economy. In response to questions about the economy he talked about providing federal aid to U.S. auto makers, saying that he did not favor a “disorderly” bankruptcy but had not yet decided on how to respond to calls for federal aid. close
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George W. Bush U.S. President [R] United States
Christopher C. DeMuth President American Enterprise Institute
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