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Speculation on Cabinet Picks

Wednesday, 29 November 2000 12:00 AM

In a Wednesday story, the Hartford (Conn.) Courant took a look into its crystal ball, and here's what it came up with as possible selections by a Republican President George W. Bush or a Democratic President Al Gore:

Bush: Already designated, Andrew H. Card Jr.

Gore: His campaign chairman, William M. Daley.

Bush: Retired four-star general and a former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, Colin Powell.

Gore: Former Senate Democratic Majority Leader George Mitchell or former United Nations Ambassador Richard Holbrooke.

Bush: Condoleezza Rice, a noted scholar who served as Bush's international strategist in the campaign.

Gore: Leon Fuerth, a longtime Gore adviser during his Senate and vice-presidential years.

Bush: Richard Armitage, once an adviser to President Ronald Reagan, or Paul Wolfowitz, a former Pentagon undersecretary and a key Bush adviser.

Gore: Rep. Norman Dicks, D-Wash.

Bush: Montana Gov. Marc Racicot, a key Bush defender in the Florida recount, or Oklahoma Gov. Frank Keating, a former FBI agent and prosecutor.

Gore: Attorney General Janet Reno's principal deputy, Eric Holder.

Bush: Lawrence B. Lindsey, a former Federal Reserve Board governor, or Rep. Bill Archer, R-Texas, the retiring Ways and Means Committee chairman.

Gore: The current Clinton-Gore administration secretary, Lawrence H. Summers.

Bush: Secretary of housing and urban development, Rep. Rick A. Lazio, R-N.Y., who lost a Senate bid to first lady Hillary Clinton.

Gore: Secretary of commerce, the incumbent Norman Y. Mineta; secretary of labor, the incumbent Alexis M. Herman; Environmental Protection Agency administrator, the incumbent Carol Browner.

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In a Wednesday story, the Hartford (Conn.) Courant took a look into its crystal ball, and here's what it came up with as possible selections by a Republican President George W. Bush or a Democratic President Al Gore: • Bush: Already designated, Andrew H. Card Jr. Gore:...
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