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November 29, 1983
Most of morning spent briefing for & meeting with P.M. Shamir. We met in a small session 1st in the Oval office, then a larger meeting in the Cabinet Room & finally lunch in the St. Dining Rm. He & his team of course have spent 2 days in meetings at State, the Pentagon etc. I think things are well on track & a lot of suspicion etc. has been washed away on both sides. I had some useful desk time then met with our own team about a controversial Dairy bill. I thought I leaned toward veto but after hearing from a bi-partisan group of Reps. & Sens. I decided to sign. A veto would have left us with the present Dairy program which is a Turkey. I believe the new one may be a step toward getting govt. eventually out of the Dairy business. Maureen arrived in time for dinner. She is really doing a job for the Nat. Committee.