President Bush Statement on China
The last 5 minutes is a Oval Office photo opportunity with President Bush and Chinese students who were studying in the U.S.
President Bush spoke to reporters in the White House Briefing Room and expressed his objections to the Chinese government’s decision to use force to disrupt peaceful student demonstrations in Tiananmen Square in Beijing. Following his remarks he answered questions from the reporters.
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George H. W. Bush U.S. President United States
Jia Hao Student George Washington University
Zhao Shanyang Student University of Maryland, College Park
Shi Zhengfun Student University of Maryland, College Park
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