Senator Gramm announced that he was ending his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination in 1996. He emphasized that he would continue to fight for Republican principles in the Senate. He also took questions from reporters about various campaign issues, including whether he would throw his support to another candidate. close
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Open Phones: Gramm Withdrawal
After Senator Gramm’s withdrawal, telephone lines were opened for viewer comments on the presidential race.
Gramm Campaign Speech
Senator Phil Gramm spoke to conferees about gun laws.
Telephone lines were opened for viewer comments on the question, “Would you vote for Senator McCain for president?”
Reporters talked about the Iowa Caucuses, including a poll that showed a three way tie for the Democratic candidates,…