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George W. Bush's Choice for Vice President

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George W. Bush's Choice for Vice President

George W. Bush's Choice for Vice President

George W. Bush's Choice for Vice President

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Once the party's nomination has been secured, the first important decision for any future president is who to choose for a running mate? Texas Governor George W. Bush's choice may reveal something about his style of leadership— but can a vice presidential candidate swing an election? Join Juan Williams and guests to discuss George W. Bush's pick for vice president, and the impact it could have on the election.

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