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October 23, 1988 | THOMAS B. ROSENSTIEL, Times Staff Writer
The clock. 7:37.13 a.m. CBS producer Janet Leissner is checking out of the Toledo Hilton on four hours' sleep. Six dollars for a doughnut and coffee. Wake up correspondent Bob Schieffer. Load two camera crews into their spots in George Bush's campaign motorcade, and off into the Ohio drizzle. So it begins, again. There are moments, in the spaces between the exhaustion and the adrenaline, when one can feel the phantom that haunts this presidential race.
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October 23, 1988 | THOMAS B. ROSENSTIEL, Times Staff Writer
The clock. 7:37.13 a.m. CBS producer Janet Leissner is checking out of the Toledo Hilton on four hours' sleep. Six dollars for a doughnut and coffee. Wake up correspondent Bob Schieffer. Load two camera crews into their spots in George Bush's campaign motorcade, and off into the Ohio drizzle. So it begins, again. There are moments, in the spaces between the exhaustion and the adrenaline, when one can feel the phantom that haunts this presidential race.
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January 11, 2005 | TIM RUTTEN
Exhaustive, independent and thorough though it may be, CBS' official report on what went wrong in Dan Rather's now-infamous "60 Minutes Wednesday" segment on President Bush's Air National Guard service has one thing in common with that original broadcast.
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May 20, 2003 | Edwin Chen, Times Staff Writer
Ari Fleischer, the unflappable public voice of the White House, will leave his job as President Bush's press secretary in July to join the private sector and spend more time with his wife of six months. "I never meant to be a government-for-life type," Fleischer, who has been on the federal payroll -- at both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue -- for two decades, said Monday. "I love this job. I believe deeply in President Bush as a man, and I believe deeply in his policies. But ...
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October 15, 1989 | John H. Taylor, Taylor is working on his second novel for Wynwood Press. and
In the chronicling of events there is a moment, belonging neither to the journalist nor the scholar, when we are between an event and the time when our lengthening perspective will let us draw useful lessons from it. These historical purgatories produce books such as "The Acting President," an account of Ronald Reagan's White House by CBS' chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer and his colleague Gary Paul Gates.
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