Cheney to Take Center Stage Vice President Dick Cheney will formally accept the Republican Party's nomination for a second term as President Bush's running mate Wednesday night. Over the last four years, Cheney has been Bush's most influential adviser, an emissary to conservatives and a lightning rod for critics. NPR's Brian Naylor reports.
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Cheney to Take Center Stage at GOP Convention

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Cheney to Take Center Stage at GOP Convention

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Vice President Dick Cheney will formally accept the Republican Party's nomination for a second term as President Bush's running mate Wednesday night. Over the last four years, Cheney has been Bush's most influential adviser, an emissary to conservatives and a lightning rod for critics. NPR's Brian Naylor reports.

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