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100 Days of Bush

GUESTS: Dan Schorr NPR News Analyst John Edwards Democratic Senator from North Carolina Trent Lott Senate Majority Leader Don Gonyea NPR White House Corresponden On Monday, George W. Bush marks 100 days as president. With a 62 percent approval rating in the polls, it's clear that Americans think Mr. Bush has a handle on his job. He's credited with changing the tone in Washington and getting his agenda through Congress. But the President has come under scrutiny in the areas of foreign policy and the environment. How do you rate President Bush's performance? Join Juan Williams and guests for a review of George W. Bush's first 100 days in office.

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