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February 07, 1985
Ambas. Bosworth our man in Manila came by & reported on the situation there. Marcos is still the best man on the horizon to straighten out the problems except his ill health may prevent that. His kidneys are the problem & he puts in less than 2 hours a day & Imelda keeps people from seeing him.
Mother Hale & her daughter came by—she’s a wonderful little 80 yr. old.
We swore in 3 new Cabinet members, Hodel, Herrington & Bennett— Interior, Energy & Ed.
Rest of morning & lunch with Bob Hawke—P.M. of Australia. He’s a good man. We’re both upset about New Zealand—refusing to allow our destroyer to use the port. Has to do with N. Z.’s ban on ships powered by or carrying anything nuclear. We’ve cancelled the Anzus war games.
A colorless interview by the Wall St. Journal & then signed off on Maureen to go to Nairobi next July to the women's conference.