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Campaign '88 / Republicans/ Super Tues. #114076

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 25, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Miami, Florida: Barry Serafin) Firing of David Keene and Don. Devine, two campaign aides for Senator Robert Dole, by campaign director William Brock reported [Ex-aide David KEENE -says Brock said "you're finished."] [DOLE - comments.] "Super Tuesday" campaign outlined on screen. [Bush campaign manager Lee ATWATER - discusses "Super Tuesday"] Vice President George Bush campaign strategy noted. [BUSH - discusses roots.] Bush's lead in Texas and other states in South reported [BUSH - explains role with President Reagan .] [Mississippi Republican national committee spokesperson Haley BARBOUR - discusses Bush.] Dole campaign strategy detailed; scenes shown. [DOLE - says there is life after "Super Tuesday"] Robertson's constituency detailed. [ROBERTSON - says will beat Bush in SC.] Representative Jack Kemp shown campaign

Jennings, Peter;
Serafin, Barry

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