Press Briefing by George Stephanopoulos

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William J. Clinton

The Briefing Room 1:10 P.M. EST MR. STEPHANOPOULOS: Good afternoon. The President will be in his office doing a variety of things, and we expect that he’s going to be taking most of the weekend off after the radio address tomorrow. Q: What time is the radio address? MR. STEPHANOPOULOS: I’m not sure yet. I … Continue reading Press Briefing by George Stephanopoulos

Press Briefing by George Stephanopoulos

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William J. Clinton

The Briefing Room 12:46 P.M. EST MR. STEPHANOPOULOS: Secretary of State Warren Christopher met this morning with Russian Foreign Minister Andre Kozyrev in Geneva. It was a very positive meeting which helped lay the foundation for a good working relationship between our two nations. It is important to the President that President Yeltsin’s reform efforts … Continue reading Press Briefing by George Stephanopoulos

Press Briefing by Dee Dee Myers

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William J. Clinton

The Briefing Room 9:30 A.M. EST MS. MYERS: Good morning. Oh, it’s you. (Laughter.) Q: Something I said ? MS. MYERS: No, no. I thought that was me putting words in your mouth for a change. Q: Ooooh. MS. MYERS: It’s only 9:30 a.m. (Laughter.) Q: Whoever said there’s no humor in the Clinton White … Continue reading Press Briefing by Dee Dee Myers

Press Briefing by Dee Dee Myers

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William J. Clinton

The Briefing Room 9:26 A.M. EST MS. MYERS: Today’s schedule — Prime Minister Major arrives at 3:00 p.m. He will meet with the President. There will be a photo op at the top of that meeting. At 4:00 p.m. they’ll head out, walk through the Rose Garden, which will be a photo op into the … Continue reading Press Briefing by Dee Dee Myers

Press Briefing by George Stephanopoulos

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William J. Clinton

The Briefing Room 12:55 P.M. EST MR. STEPHANOPOULOS: As you know, the President is going to be meeting with Prime Minister Major this afternoon, and they’ll be taking questions afterwards. Do you have any questions? Q: George, do you have any reaction to Prime Minister Brian Mulroney’s decision to step down? MR. STEPHANOPOULOS: As you … Continue reading Press Briefing by George Stephanopoulos

The President’s News Conference With Prime Minister John Major of the United Kingdom

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William J. Clinton

The President. Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. I want to formally welcome Prime Minister Major to the White House and to the United States. We are delighted to have him here. As I’m sure you know, he has already met earlier today with people on the Hill and with members of my Cabinet. We have … Continue reading The President’s News Conference With Prime Minister John Major of the United Kingdom

Press Briefing by Assistant to the President for Science and Technology Policy Dr. John Gibbons and Deputy Assistant to the President for Economic Policy Bowman Cutter

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William J. Clinton

Room 479 Old Executive Office Building 2:15 P.M. EST DR. GIBBONS: Good afternoon. I’m delighted to be here with my associates, and I brought along basically the crowd that were most directly responsible for the preparation of this document. I presume all of you have copies of the document that we’re talking about. If you … Continue reading Press Briefing by Assistant to the President for Science and Technology Policy Dr. John Gibbons and Deputy Assistant to the President for Economic Policy Bowman Cutter

Press Briefing by Dee Dee Myers

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William J. Clinton

The Briefing Room 9:30 A.M. EST MS. MYERS: Good morning. At 11:00 a.m. the President will speak to the Chamber of Commerce. And then at 4:00 p.m. he will meet with U.N. Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali. Those are the only quasi public appearances of the day. Q: Has he made up his mind to push … Continue reading Press Briefing by Dee Dee Myers

Press Briefing by Dee Dee Myers

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William J. Clinton

The Briefing Room 9:40 A.M. EST MS. MYERS: Schedule update. No real changes. The bipartisan congressional meeting is at 2:00 p.m. The meeting with Secretary Christopher at 3:00 p.m. will be a pool opportunity. Then, the President will leave for Capitol Hill about 8:25 p.m. and he’ll come back immediately following the speech. Q: There’s … Continue reading Press Briefing by Dee Dee Myers

Press Briefing by George Stephanopoulos

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William J. Clinton

The Briefing Room 2:00 P.M. EST MR. STEPHANOPOULOS: Good afternoon. As you know, the President will be speaking to the California Economic Conferences shortly. So why don’t we get started. Q: George, can you clarify what the President was upset about during his recent tour? He was overheard losing his temper with an aide. MR. … Continue reading Press Briefing by George Stephanopoulos