Press Conference, April 8, 1927

Date: April 8, 1927

Location: Washington, D.C.

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I do not know of any tentative treaty having been received from Canada. I doubt very much if any has been received.

No final decision has been made about a District Judge in Michigan.

I haven’t any further information regarding the District of Columbia payments of pensions, other than that which has already been made public.

There are no changes in the Chinese situation. Developments there have been fully reported in the press, so far as they have come to my attention.

There isn’t anything further that I can say about a possible visit to Buffalo at the time of the opening of the International Bridge. As I stated the other day, it seems quite doubtful whether I can find time to make that trip.

The duties of Mr. Stimson were fully set out in the statement that was made public by the Secretary of State. I don’t know of any way that 1 could add anything to that.

Citation: Calvin Coolidge: Remarks by the President to Newspaper Correspondents

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