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President Clinton Comments Developments in the Middle East

Aired November 2, 2000 - 10:44 a.m. ET

THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED.

DARYN KAGAN, CNN ANCHOR: Want to take to you to the White House now. Listening to President Clinton.

(JOINED IN PROGRESS)

WILLIAM J. CLINTON, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: ... the agreement we reached at Sharm el-Sheikh. I hope the parties can move forward to put an end to this violence that has caused so much pain on both sides.

We know it won't be easy. This morning, we were reminded once again in Jerusalem that there are those who seek to destroy the peace through acts of terror. This cannot be permitted to prevail. It is now time for those who believe in peace to stand together to stop this violence and to work against the terrorists.

I wanted all of you to be here today because you've worked so hard on our priorities here at home. The Republican leadership of the 106th Congress has proven itself...

KAGAN: Quick comments today from President Clinton before he leaves on a trip for California. The president making comments on the latest developments in the Middle East. The Israelis and the Palestinians have come to an agreement to find peace -- actually for a cease-fire. But on that same day, a bomb exploding in a marketplace in Jerusalem killing two Israelis. The president, once again, giving his support, hoping that the people of the Mideast can find a ceasefire agreement and work towards peace.

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