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New Hampshire / Republican Candidates #107969

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 14, 1987
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Report introduced.

(Nashua, New Hampshire: Barry Serafin) Vice President George Bush's effort to separate himself from other Republican cands. campaigning in New Hampshire featured; scenes shown. [BUSH - defs. CIA and covert operations; cites Iran arms operation as contradictory example] [Pollster Richard WIRTHLIN - notes Iran arms scandal remains campaign problem for Bush.] Implications of Bush's separation of his campaign appearances from those of cands. Robert Dole, Jack Kemp, Alexander Haig, Pierre Du Pont, Pat Robertson and Don. Rumsfeld considered. [DOLE - believes such class distinction between cands. will harm Republican party]

Serafin, Barry;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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