President-Elect George W. Bush's Cabinet Nominations

Guests: John Fund Member, Editorial Board, The Wall Street Journal Ross Baker Professor, Political Science, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ Author, House and Senate (W.W. Norton, 2000) and Friend and Foe in the U.S. Senate (Copley Editions, 1999) Patrick Leahy Democratic Senator from Vermont Ranking Member, Senate Judiciary Committee Other Guests: TBA President-elect George W. Bush has named several moderate Republicans to his cabinet including Colin Powell and Christie Whitman. But last week he nominated conservative Senator John Ashcroft for Attorney General and more conservative nominations are expected. Join Juan Williams and guests for a discussion of George W. Bush's cabinet nominations and how they'll be received in Congress.

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