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Former Reagan chief of staff: President 'regretted' South Africa veto

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James Baker, former White House chief of staff under President Reagan, said Sunday that the Republican ultimately regretted his veto of sanctions against the South African government during the apartheid era. “Certainly, he regretted it,” Baker, a former secretary of state for President George H.W. Bush, told CBS' “Face the Nation.” “It was after all, I think, the only time a veto of...

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