Bush Struggles in New Hampshire

NPR's National Political Correspondent Elizabeth Arnold reports that Texas Governor George W. Bush addressed voters yesterday in New Hampshire. Bush is struggling to combat the sudden popularity of Senator John McCain of Arizona. Bush focused on the difference between his tax cut plan and McCain's, hoping that will give him the edge needed to become the Republican Party's candidate for president.



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