By People Staff
Updated December 30, 1998 12:00 AM
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Warren Beatty, who has been flirting with the idea of a Presidential run, is unlikely to reveal his intentions in a speech today, friends and associates say. More than seven weeks after acknowledging that he was considering it, Beatty is making his first major public appearance, to collect an award from the liberal Southern California Americans for Democratic Action. “I’ve just heard he wants to lay out a specific set of policies and issues and does not plan to lay out his intentions of whether he plans to seek the Democratic nomination,” said Art Torres, chairman of the state Democratic Party. Torres openly supports Beatty’s potential primary rival, Vice President Al Gore.