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Person of The Week (Regan) #100783

ABC Evening News for Friday, Dec 05, 1986
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Chief of staff Don. Regan profiled; scenes shown. [Four weeks ago, REGAN - defs. President Reagan's arms sales to Iran.] ["Conservative Digest" spokesperson Richard VIGUERIE, Brookings Institution spokesperson James REICHLEY - call for Regan's ouster; accuse him of becoming self-appointed prime minister] [Ed ROLLINS - questions Regan's running of White House] [Senator Alan SIMPSON - describes Regan's approach to job.] [REGAN - defs. his role in administration] Regan's personal and professor background reviewed; photos shown. [REAGAN - announces Regan's appointed as chief of staff.] [Senator Larry PRESSLER - cites problems presented by Regan's attitude.] [After Iceland summit, REGAN - blames USSR for summit's collapse.] Regan's boast to "New York Times" regarding his "cleaning up" President's mistakes recalled, quoted on screen. [REGAN - describes himself.]

Jennings, Peter

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