The Canadian Press

1998-11-02 | Chretien Liberals

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Prime Minister Jean Chretien's admitted he had made a few mistakes. His comments about using baseball bats instead of pepper spray on APEC protesters -- and his suggestion that he was cool to the idea of re-opening the Constitution to change the federation -- were roundly criticized. But at a Liberal fundraising dinner in Ottawa, he used a baseball analogy to tell supporters he had some political life in him yet.

Date: 1998-11-02
Placeline: OTTAWA, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 45 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << no prime minister can hit a homerun every time he stands up at the plate prime minister's can sometimes even missed the ball completely during long and successful season we can also sometimes out of a couple of weeks A lot happened before and would certainly happen again for me there are a lot more seasons to play a lot more home runs through it a lot more records to break and I didn't get lemon a lot more victories to win >>


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