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News Archive - November 2001
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News Archive - November 2001

News releases for November 2001

November 30, 2001
President Pleased with Mexican Trucking Compromise
National Hospice Month Proclamation
National Diabetes Month, 2001
National Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month
Nominations Sent to the Senate
President Bush Thanks Governor Gilmore
World AIDS Day
Nominations and Designation
 
Introduced by Attorney General John Ashcroft, President George W. Bush addresses a group of new U. S. Attorneys at the Dwight D. Eisenhower Executive Office Building Nov. 29. "I want to congratulate you. I must tell you that we set a high standard, and you met it. And for that, I hope you're proud," said the President in his remarks. "And I am grateful that you are willing to serve the country, particularly at this time." White House photo by Paul Morse. November 29, 2001
President Says U.S. Attorneys on Front Line in War
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President Commends House for Defense Appropriation Passage
President Supports House Action on Insurance
Nominations Sent to the Senate
Nominations Sent to the Senate
 
In addressing the attendees of the the Farm Journal Forum in Washington, D. C., President George W. Bush said, "I ask the Senate leadership to work out their differences and pass an economic stimulus plan so they can get it in conference and get a bill to my desk as quickly as possible." Nov 28, 2001 White House photo by Tina Hager. November 28, 2001
President Discusses Economic Stimulus with the Farmers Journal Corporation Convention
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President Discusses Humanitarian Aid to Afghanistan with UN Secretary General
President of Spain Pledges Continued Cooperation en Español
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President Signs Agriculture Appropriations Bill
President Signs Commerce Appropriations Bill
President Signs Internet Access Taxation Moratorium
President's Statement on Caspian Pipeline Consortium
Executive Order: Creation of the President's Council on Bioethics
Vice President Names Millerwise as Press Secretary
President Signs Federal Power Marketing Administration Bill
President Orders Federal Aid for Disaster in Puerto Rico
Statement by the Press Secretary
President Signs Statutory Reporting Requirement Bill
 
"Standing with me are seven of those who have been selected this year," said President George W. Bush during a ceremony honoring the U. S. Nobel Laureates in the East Room Nov. 27. "Among their achievements are path-breaking discoveries in physics, helpful insights in the workings of the market economies, and a new treatment for Parkinson's Disease."White House photo by Tina Hager. November 27, 2001
President Commends U.S. Nobel Laureates en Español
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Nominations Sent to the Senate
Executive Order Waiver of Dual Compensation Provisions of the Central Intelligence Agency Retirement Act of 1964
Nomations and Appointments
 
President George W. Bush talks with Dayna Curry, center, and Heather Mercer in the Oval Office Nov. 26. The two humanitarian workers recently returned to the United States after being held captive by the Taliban regime for three months. "Heather Mercer and Dayna Curry decided to go to help people who needed help," said the President in his remarks to the media. "Their faith led them to Afghanistan. One woman who knows them best put it this way: they had a calling to serve the poorest of the poor, and Afghanistan is where that calling took them.". White House photo by Eric Draper. November 26, 2001
President Welcomes Aid Workers Rescued from Afghanistan
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President's Statement on H.R. 2620, the "Departments of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Independent Agencies Appropriations Act, 2002"
 
November 24, 2001
Radio Address by the President To the Nation en Español
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Surrounded by cheering soldiers at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, <a href="http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2001/11/20011121-3.html">President George W. Bush</a> addresses the troops and shares a turkey dinner with them Nov. 21. "More than 3,000 soldiers from this post have been deployed to Kosovo for six-month rotations," said the President. "They kept supplies away from rebels in Macedonia, made the recent election in Kosovo possible. I'm glad to report that all of them from this base will be home by Thanksgiving.". White House photo by Tina Hager. November 21, 2001
President Shares Thanksgiving Meal with Troops
Israeli Prime Minister Sharon to Visit Washington
National Family Week Proclamation
President Intends to Nominate Toner to FEC
Presidential Determination on Refugee Numbers
Imports of Steel Wire Rod Proclamation
Six Month Periodic Report on Burma National Emergency
 
Urging Americans to give of themselves during this holiday season, President George W. Bush addresses volunteers and media at So Others Might Eat interfaith charity in Washington, D. C., Nov. 20. Preparing breakfast and lunch, the programs serves more than 300,000 meals to homeless each year. White House photo by Tina Hager. November 20, 2001
President Urges Support for America's Charities
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President, Mrs. Bush Encourage Generosity
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Philippine President Reiterates Support
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President Urges Support for America's Charities
President Dedicates Robert F. Kennedy Justice Building
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Presidential Memo on RFK Justice Building
Joint Statement Between the U.S. and the Philippines
U.S.-Philippine Joint Statement on Defense Alliance
 
Hosting a dinner celebrating the holy month of Ramadan, President George W. Bush addresses ambassadors from Islamic nations and other distinguished guests in the State Room Nov. 19. "America has close and important relations with many Islamic nations So it is fitting for America to honor your friendship and the traditions of a great faith by hosting this Iftaar at the White House," said the President in his remarks. White House photo by Tina Hager. November 19, 2001
President Discusses War, Humanitarian Efforts
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President Hosts Iftaar
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President Signs Aviation Security Legislation
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Thanksgiving Turkey Receives Pardon
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Norwegian Prime Minister to Visit White House
Presidential Letter to Congress
 
November 17, 2001
Statement on H.J.Res 47, Providing FY 2002 Appropriations for Continuing Projects and Activities of the Federal Government
 
November 16, 2001
National Emergency Construction Authority Executive Order
President Proclaims Day of Thanksgiving
 
President George W. Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin answer questions from students at Crawford High School Nov. 15. "When I was in high school, Russia was an enemy," said President Bush. "Now the high school students can know Russia as a friend; that we're working together to break the old ties, to establish a new spirit of cooperation and trust so that we can work together to make the world more peaceful.". White House photo by Paul Morse. November 15, 2001
President's Message foráRamadan
President Bush and President Putin Talk to Crawford Studentsen Español
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President Commends Lawmakers for Aviation Security Agreement
Homeland Security Briefing with Gov. Ridge and Secretary Abraham
National Security Advisor Briefs Press
White House Unveils Lessons in Liberty for Kids
Statement on Needed Economic Stimulus Bill
President's Statement on Aviation Security Agreement
America Recycles Day Proclamation
Seventh Biennial Revision of Arctic Research Plan
Press Briefing by Secretary Abraham and Governor Ridge
President Bush to Nominate Two Individuals to Serve in His Administration
 
November 14, 2001
President Commends Troops for Humanitarian Rescue
President Supportive of New Round of Global Trade Negotiations
Remarks by President Bush
Vice President Addresses U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Imports of Lamb Meat Proclamation
Nominations and Appointments
 
President George W. Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin walk out to address the media at the White House Nov. 13. "This is a new day in the long history of Russian-American relations, a day of progress and a day of hope," said President Bush in his remarks. White House photo by Paul Morse. November 13, 2001
President Announces Reduction in Nuclear Arsenal
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President Calls for Action on Economic Stimulus and Aviation Security
President Bush to Host Russian President in Crawford
President Orders Strategic Petroleum Reserve Filled
National Farm-City Week Proclamation
President Signs Treasury Appropriations Bill
President Signs Legislative Branch Appropriations Bill
President Issues Military Order
President Signs Energy and Water Appropriations Bill
President Signs Reclamation Amendment
 
November 12, 2001
President Calls Airline Crash Heartbreaking
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Attending the Veterans Day Prayer Breakfast at Park Avenue Seventh Regiment Armory in New York Nov. 11, President George W. Bush embraces Arlene Howard, who gave President Bush the badge from her son, George Howard, a Port Authority police officer who died at the World Trade Center. White House photo by Paul Morse. November 11, 2001
President Speaks at Veterans Day Prayer Breakfast
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President Welcomes China, Taiwan into WTO
 
President George W. Bush addresses the United Nations General Assembly Nov. 10. "We're asking for a comprehensive commitment to this fight. We must unite in opposing all terrorists, not just some of them," said the President in his remarks. White House photo by Paul Morse. November 10, 2001
President Bush Speaks to United Nations
Radio Address by the President to the Nation en Español
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President of Pakistan Reaffirms Commitment to Fight Terrorism
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Joint Statement for the Visit of Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf to New York
Exchange of Toasts at U.N. Secretary General's Luncheon
 
President George W. Bush welcomes Prime Minister Vajpayee of India to the Oval Office Friday, November 9. White House photo by Eric Draper. November 9, 2001
President Bush Acts to Make Holiday Travel Safer
President Meets with Prime Minister of India
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Friday's Homeland Security Briefing
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President Certifies Terms of China's Accession to WTO
Reports on Activities Under the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act
Former President Mandela to Visit White House
Joint Statement Between U.S. and India
Citizen Preparedness in War on Terrorism Executive Order
President Signs Guard and Reserve Proclamation en Español
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Joint Statement Between U.S. and India
Terms for China's Accession to WTO
Press Briefing by Ari Fleischer
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National Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Week Proclamation
Presidential Memo Regarding Trade and China
Notice that Iran Emergency to Continue Beyond November 14, 2001
Emergency Recovery and Response Funding Transfer
National Family Caregivers Month, 2001
National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month Proclamation
World Freedom Day Proclamation
Notice: Continuation of Iran Emergency
Continuation of Emergency Notice
Message to the Congress of the United States
Nominations
 
President George W. Bush meets with Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso in the Oval Office Nov. 8. White House photo by Paul Morse. November 8, 2001
President Discusses War on Terrorismen Español
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Homeland Security - Every American Can Help
National Security Advisor Briefs the Press
Mrs. Laura Bush Speaks at the National Press Club
President Visits Centers for Disease Control
President's Letter on "Armies of Compassion" Bill
Nominations Sent to the Senate
President to Address the Nation Tonight at 8pm Eastern
Nominations
 
President George W. Bush and Prime Minister Tony Blair of England walk out to address the media in Cross Hall at the White House Nov. 7. "We've got no better friend in the world than Great Britain," said the President during his remarks. White House photo by Paul Morse. November 7, 2001
President Announces Crackdown on Terrorist Financial Networken Español
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Prime Minister Blair Says Coalition is Stronger
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Prime Minister Blair Says Coalition is Stronger
Wednesday's Homeland Security Briefing
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Swedish Prime Minister to Visit White House
 
President George W. Bush and French President Jacque Chirac address the media in the Rose Garden Nov. 6. White House photo by Tina Hager. November 6, 2001
President Bush: "No Nation Can Be Neutral in This Conflict"en Español
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President Welcomes President Chirac to White House
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Nominations
 
President George W. Bush and Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika talk with the media in the Oval Office Nov. 5. White House photo by Eric Draper. November 5, 2001
President Signs Interior Appropriations Bill
President Signs Military Construction Appropriations Bill
President to Meet with Acting Prime Minister of Kuwait
President to Welcome Leader from Yemen
President Authorizes Transfers from Emergency Response Fund
President Signs Bills
National Adoption Month Proclamation
Nominations
 
Working at his desk in the Oval Office, President George W. Bush prepares for his first meeting with the Homeland Security Team Oct. 29, 2001. White House photo by Eric Draper. November 3, 2001
Radio Address by the President to the Nationen Español
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President George W. Bush addresses the audience in the East Room as actor Rob Schneider, decked out in a patriotic cowboy hat, takes a photograph Nov. 2. White House photo by Eric Draper. November 2, 2001
President Calls for Legislative Action on the Economy and Aviation Security en Español
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Nigerian President Offers Solidarity, Support to U.S.
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Friday's Homeland Security Briefing
President Cardoso of Brazil to Visit Washington
President to Welcome Irish Prime Minister
Appointment
President to Appoint Espinosa
Nominations Sent to the Senate on November 1
List of Major Illicit Drug-Producing or Major Drug-Transit Countries
President Salutes USO in White House Ceremony
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Peacekeeping Operations in Kosovo Report
 
President George W. Bush meets with the Prime Minister of Romania Adrian Nastase in the Oval Office Nov. 1. White House photo by Eric Draper. November 1, 2001
Presidential Records Act Executive Order
National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month Proclamation
President Commends House for Passing Airline Security Bill
National Security Adviser Briefs Reporters
President Bush to Welcome French President Chirac
President's Statement on Biological Weapons
Administration Supportive of Bipartisan Insurance Bill
Message to the Congress Regarding Sudan Emergency
Notice: Continuation of Sudan Emergency
Six-Month Periodic Report on Sudan
Nomination
British Prime Minister to Visit White House