Example sentences for: demands--point

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  • Those who argue that Clinton will compromise--i.e., sign a tax cut greater than the $300 billion ceiling he now demands--point to several signs, such as (a) Al Gore's release of a modest tax cut proposal this week, (b) Clinton's desire to make a deal with the GOP on entitlement reform, and (c) the eagerness of some Senate Democrats to be seen as tax-cutters before election time (Bob Novak, of CNN's Capitol Gang ; Susan Page and Tucker Carlson, of CNN's Late Edition ; and Paul Gigot, of PBS's NewsHour With Jim Lehrer ).

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