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QUAYLE STILL MULLING RUN FOR PRESIDENCY

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Former Vice President Dan Quayle says he will decide "sometime after the November elections" whether to run for president in 1996.

Quayle said Tuesday he expects a lot of Republican victories this fall, but "if in fact that would not be the case obviously we would have to do some political reassessment."Quayle denied reports he has all but decided to run and brushed aside any suggestion he could not overcome negative portrayals that persisted during his four years as vice president.

Quayle, speaking to a Hudson Institute foreign policy forum, praised the Clinton administration for "a historic breakthrough in the Middle East peace process," supporting aid to Russia, winning approval of the North American Free Trade Agreement and pursuing normalization of relations with Vietnam.