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(Studio: Barry Serafin) Incomplete results from the Democratic caucus in Wyoming and exit poll findings from the South Carolina primary on the demographics of the vote for candidates Governor Bill Clinton and Paul Tsongas outlined on screen. Exit poll of Republican voters' views on President Bush also mentioned.
(Baton Rouge: Chris Bury) The nasty-turning Democratic campaign featured; scenes shown. [While holding up a stuffed panda bear in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, TSONGAS - calls Clinton a "pander bear."] [CLINTON - counters pandering charge.] Controversy over a news story that Clinton called Tsongas' economic plan "not American" outlined. [Twice, TSONGAS, CLINTON - comment on issue.]
(Miami: Judy Muller) Decision by Tsongas to go on the offensive examined; campaign scenes and negative television ad shown. [TSONGAS - calls Clinton "cynical and unprincipled."] [Campaign advisEr Gerald AUSTIN, TSONGAS - defend personal attack approach.] [Near tears, TSONGAS - talks about death of policeman from his motorcade.] Tsongas shown shaking hands with Clinton at a forum.
- Bury, Chris;
- Muller, Judy;
- Serafin, Barry
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