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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Results of ABC News/"Washington Post" tracking poll on standings of Republican cands. Senator Robert Dole and Vice President George Bush outlined on screen. Report introduced.
(Manchester, New Hampshire: Barry Serafin) Debate among Republican cands. in New Hampshire featured. [DOLE, BUSH - spar over US-USSR treaty ratification.] [Representative Jack KEMP, BUSH - spar over USSR withdrawal from Afghanistan.] New Bush TV ad. attacking Dole on tax issue shown. [BUSH - says he's just begun to fight.] campaign. by Bush's son Jeb Bush shown. [DOLE - comments on Bush supporters.] [On CBS, Pat ROBERTSON -says would like to beat Bush in New Hampshire.] [KEMP - predicts defeating Robertson.] Pierre du Pont shown campaign
(Studio: Sam Donaldson, Barry Serafin) Impact of debate on Bush and Bush's changing campaign tactics discussed.
- Donaldson, Sam;
- Serafin, Barry
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