Press Briefing by Dee Dee Myers

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William J. Clinton

The Briefing Room 9:50 A.M. EST MS. MYERS: Today he’s, as you know, currently meeting with bipartisan leaders. At 11:45 a.m. he’ll meet with a group of western senators. I don’t have the complete list. At 3:30 p.m. he’s meeting in the Oval Office — Q: Subject? Q: Can you tell us what they’re meeting … Continue reading Press Briefing by Dee Dee Myers

Background Briefing by Senior Administration Officials

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William J. Clinton

The Briefing Room 5:30 P.M. EST MS. MYERS: I have no further details on travel, so don’t hold your breath. This is a BACKGROUND briefing. You may identify them both as senior White House officials. And here they go. SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICIAL: Good afternoon. President Clinton and President Aristide just had a very good meeting … Continue reading Background Briefing by Senior Administration Officials

Press Briefing by George Stephanopoulos

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William J. Clinton

The Briefing Room 12:15 P.M. EST MR. STEPHANOPOULOS: This morning the President declared emergencies for snow removal in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Kentucky, Connecticut and Maryland. They’ve been declared in four other states, as you know — Tennessee, Alabama, Maine and Georgia. We’re also considering a request from Pennsylvania. There is also the likelihood … Continue reading Press Briefing by George Stephanopoulos

The President’s News Conference With Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin of Israel

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William J. Clinton

The President. Good afternoon. It’s a great pleasure for me to welcome Prime Minister Rabin back to Washington. Since we first met here last August, much has changed. But one thing I can say definitely will never change is the unique bond that unites the United States and Israel. It is a bond that goes … Continue reading The President’s News Conference With Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin of Israel

Press Briefing by Dee Dee Myers

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William J. Clinton

The Briefing Room 9:29 A.M. EST MS. MYERS: Good morning. Prime Minister Rabin arrives at roughly 10:30 a.m. There will be a photo op in the Oval Office. The two will meet privately and then in an expanded group. At 12:30 p.m. they’ll go over to the Residence for lunch. And at roughly 2:00 p.m. … Continue reading Press Briefing by Dee Dee Myers

Press Briefing by Deputy Assistant to the President for Economic Policy Gene Sperling; Special Assistant to the President for Technology Policy Dorothy Robyn; Director for Defense Policy At the N.S.C. Steve Jones; Deputy Associate Director for National Security At O.M.B. Don Gessaman; Director to the N.S.C. for Defense Conversion Policy David Lane

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William J. Clinton

The Briefing Room 9:20 A.M. EST MS. MYERS: Without further ado, defense conversion. MR. SPERLING: I’m Gene Sperling. I’m the Deputy Assistant to the President for Economic Policy. We have a few other people here who are experts in the area of defense conversion and will be available if there are any technical questions. Dorothy … Continue reading Press Briefing by Deputy Assistant to the President for Economic Policy Gene Sperling; Special Assistant to the President for Technology Policy Dorothy Robyn; Director for Defense Policy At the N.S.C. Steve Jones; Deputy Associate Director for National Security At O.M.B. Don Gessaman; Director to the N.S.C. for Defense Conversion Policy David Lane

Press Briefing by George Stephanopoulos

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William J. Clinton

The Briefing Room 3:35 P.M. EST MR. STEPHANOPOULOS: Hello, welcome back. Q: Were we being punished for something, George, today? MR. STEPHANOPOULOS: Admonished? Q: Were we being punished for something today? Is that what that was all about? MR. STEPHANOPOULOS: This is a good, full day. If you have an follow-up questions, let me know. … Continue reading Press Briefing by George Stephanopoulos

Press Briefing by Dee Dee Myers

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William J. Clinton

The Briefing Room 9:35 A.M. EST MS. MYERS: I don’t have a lot of news. I have a little bit of news. You probably already know about it. This morning, the Vice President convened a meeting — the President dropped by — of members of Congress from the upper northwest and northern California, as well … Continue reading Press Briefing by Dee Dee Myers

Press Briefing by George Stephanopoulos

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William J. Clinton

The Briefing Room 12:12 P.M. EST MR. STEPHANOPOULOS: Good afternoon. Immediately after my briefing we’ll have a — Q: We’ll have another — (laughter). MR. STEPHANOPOULOS: That’s right — question. We’ll have a briefing by senior officials of the Treasury and the — Treasury Department and the comptroller’s office to explain the President’s proposals today … Continue reading Press Briefing by George Stephanopoulos

The President’s News Conference With President Francois Mitterrand of France

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William J. Clinton

President Clinton. Good afternoon. It is a great pleasure for me to welcome President Mitterrand to the White House at this early date in our administration. Our two nations share a friendship which dates back to the revolutionary birth of both countries, rooted in common values of equality, liberty, and democracy. These bonds of culture, … Continue reading The President’s News Conference With President Francois Mitterrand of France