Detroit Free Press: Bush Hints Deal for Auto Industry Not Far Away

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As the White House and Detroit’s automakers continued working together on a new rescue plan over the weekend, following the collapse last week of the $14-billion lifeline for General Motors and Chrysler, President George W. Bush on Sunday hinted that a new deal was not far from being reached. The White House said an announcement is still not expected Monday, but Bush reassured reporters aboard Air Force One during a previously unannounced trip to Iraq and Afghanistan: "This will not be a long process."

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