Bush Meets Schwarzenegger

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The Republican President and California-s Republican Governor-elect are long-time acquaintances. What is the potential of their relationship for California? What could it mean for next year-s presidential campaign? Immediately after he was elected to replace Gray Davis, Schwarzenegger seemed to put President Bush on the spot when he said he would look to Washington for help with California-s financial problems. But today in their private meeting, he did not raise those issues. It-s conventional wisdom that a Republican Governor in this very Democratic state will be a political plus for the Republican President when he runs for re-election next year. We speak with political reporters and consultants to both sides.
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Warren Olney


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