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And that's what he did?
That's what he did.
Well, he's a very skilled politician.
Yes, he's a skilled politician. Very skilled. And has
just tremendous energy.
What about the depth of his sincerity? I mean, have you gaged
I think he's very sincere. I think he wants to be a great
success as President, and I think that he thinks about the Presidential
budget the way he thinks about his own budget. You can't think in the
same terms about a national budget as you think about your own budget
or a company budget, because the effort is entirely different.
Yes. The sources are different too.
And the resources are entirely different. (LAUGHTER)
Well, so next comes the social side.
Now, the reception for Secretary . Well, we
did talk about that.
That was part of the effort to raise money for the Democratic
National Committee, the dinner in honor of President Carter.
Now, this all went to the National Committee, did it? Or did
some of it go to the state?
No. All. The National Committee.
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