CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 03, 2012
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(New York: Anthony Mason) A look back at some unforgettable moments in presidential debate history presented; footage shown. [Debate producer Don HEWITT- comments on the 1960 debate between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon.] [In 1976, President Gerald FORD – says there is no Soviet domination of Eastern Europe.] [In 1984, President Ronald REAGAN – jokes that he will not exploit his opponent’s youth and inexperience.] [In 1992, vice presidential candidate Adm. James STOCKDALE- says “who am I and why am I here”] [In 1988, vice presidential candidate Lloyd BENTSEN- tells opponent Dan Quayle "you're no Jack Kennedy.”]
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