Description: NEWSFEED 11/19/2002: JOHN ASHCROFT, G.W. BUSH, TOM DASCHLE, LOTS OF TALKINGHEADS Y'ALL ; JOHN ASHCROFT: INT CU John Ashcroft at a press conference talkinghead about the new Office of Homeland Security, et al. ;**long speech, ya'll**ASHCROFT: Talking head continues as Ashcroft takes questions from press; GW BUSH: INT WS Empty stage w/about 2 dozen flags on stands, Man enters & z-in as he takes podium, wait.. z-out this guy is nobody ;BUSH: INT pan-l to Dubya taking stage w/pair of Army generals, z-in CU Grey-haired man in suit talkinghead at podium (bad audio) ; BUSH: MS A young man w/crew cut takes podium talkinghead (his folder has an emblem on it, maybe this is a West Point graduation?); BUSH: MS Bush shakes kid's hand & takes podium to be a talking head (bad audio); BUSH: z-out as Bush ends & shakes everyone's hands (spends alot of time in the crowd: this really must be a graduation-type deal) ;TOM DASCHLE: INT CU Tom Daschle talking head in a checkered shirt & patterned tie ;**You know, if the Democarats aren't going to win, they ought to at least exercise some good fashion sense. Am I right? **DASCHLE: Still talking head (pretty harsh words for the Patriot Act & how it subverts civil liberties) ; DASCHLE: Z-out WS as Daschle points to a big poster titled 'Republican Obstructionism' (thank God bi-partisanship is over!) ; DASCHLE: Shot cont as Daschle pulls away poster toreveal another underneath: 'Senate Accomplishments Under Democratic Leadership';..Give me a big fat break! The economy has tanked, Two Towers fell, war is coming in Iraq, North Korea has nukes....& Tom Daschle has the time & the energy to list his accomplishments like he's trying to get into college?!..DASCHLE: CU Tom Daschle continues talking head & takes questions from off-screen onlookers; DASCHLE: VAR Z-out to reveal press gathered around Daschle as questions keep coming & z-in to Daschle as he responds ;
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