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Campaign 1984 / Republican Videotape #118008

ABC Evening News for Monday, Sep 19, 1988
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(Studio: Barry Serafin) Report introduced.

(NYC: Jeff Greenfield) Videotape of Republican strategy session for President Reagan's '84 campaign featured; participation of Stu Spencer and pollster Robert Teeter noted. [Voices of SPENCER, TEETER - say White House has no ideas left.] Strategy behind scheduling of president debates detailed. [Voices of TEETER, SPENCER, AIDE - comment on debates.] [Voice of TEETER - describes ideal vice president cand.] Discussion of Defense Department mismanagement noted. [Voice of SPENCER - discusses then-Secretary of Navy John Lehman's comments on Pentagon.] Reagan's ability to run against his own government explained. [Voice of SPENCER - talks about Reagan.] Comment by White House spokesperson Marlin Fitzwater on these tapes detailed.

(Studio: Barry Serafin) Coverage of Reagan strategy tapes on "Nightline" announced.

Greenfield, Jeff;
Serafin, Barry

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