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Campaign '88 / Iowa / Republicans #107285

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 06, 1987
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(Des Moines, Iowa: Jackie Judd) Problems for Republicans campaigning in Iowa featured.; details given, scenes shown. Cands.' swiping at President Reagan noted. [Senator Robert DOLE - says voters want hands-on leader] [Pat ROBERTSON - compares Reagan to Neville Chamberlain.] Necessity that Vice President George Bush embrace Reagan reported [BUSH - discusses loyalty.] [Bush deputy campaign manager Rich BOND - says Bush's loyalty shows he would be strong leader] Republican cands.' position on INF treaty outlined. Rel. of cands. and Reagan discussed. [Pol. analyst William SCHNEIDER - explains passing of great leader and consequent factional squabbles.] [BOY - recites list of presidents, include Representative Jack Kemp.] Kemp's right-wing appeal stated. [KEMP - campaigns.] [ROBERTSON - wants to build on Reagan's foundation] Dole's pragmatism noted. [DOLE - says Reagan era over.] Cands.' problems in dealing with Reagan legacy reiterated.

Donaldson, Sam;
Judd, Jackie

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