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Rumors Stockman will go denied by White House

By With Analysis From Monitor Correspondents Around the World, Edited by Susan Garland / February 26, 1982



Washington

The White House denied rumors that David Stockman may be replaced, after a Republican congressional source said the budget director is in so much trouble with Congress ''it is not possible for him to survive'' in office much longer.

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''The President has full confidence in Director Stockman. He (President Reagan) is pleased with the job he is doing. There is no foundation to the report from the Hill,'' Mark Weinberg, White House assistant press secretary, said.