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Byline: POLITICAL NOTEBOOK Kate Nash Commentary
SANTA FE A day before he was scheduled to meet with President Bush on a major free-trade pact with Central America, El Salvador President Antonio Saca flew to the City Different to dine with a governor he had never met.
The get-together, Gov. Bill Richardson said, was only a casual meeting. But it was clear Saca was in town for more than a dinner party: He was touring the nation to get support for the Central America Free Trade Agreement.
"As Central American presidents, we think it's an important topic for us, and that's why we're here to talk to the governor," Saca said before slipping inside the …