President Clinton's press conference deals with NAFTA, the Crime Bill, and campaign finance reform. He answers questions about the Wharton resignation, the Israel/Jordan negotiations, and introduces a 17-year-old Vietnamese American Kan Fong.
President Clintons third press conference, in which he answers questions about health and tax bills, the Justice Department appointment for Webster Hubbell, the NAFTA agreement with Canada and Mexico, U.S. involvement in the Bosnian struggle, and relations with Congress.
President Bill Clinton says that NATO, following the Dayton Agreements, calls for an international force of 60,000 troops from 25 nations to bring peace to war torn Bosnia. One third of those troops will be Americans. Following the speech Robert Dole announces his support. Dan Rather is the journalist.