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August 29, 1984
Things are looking better in Grenada. The moderates have at last come together which could close the door on the former P.M. who is trying again. The matter of Gromyko & whether I can meet with him is iffy—we’ve had no response to our suggestion that he visit Wash. after his U.N. speech.
Another day of desk time—vetoed a bill increasing by 38% the funding for public broadcasting. Sen. Barry G. had written asking that I sign. I called him—he was nice as could be & had no complaint because I vetoed.
Rcvd. 6 new Ambassadors—Senegal, W. Germany, Saint Lucia, Suriname, Nigeria & Morocco. Had a photo taken for Fortune mag. cover and then a reception for the campaign staff. Before that met with George S. & Bud where we hashed the Gromyko thing around some more.