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Campaign '92 / Bush / Staff / The Environment / Clinton / Perot #141530

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 30, 1992
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Story in "Washington Post" claiming that President Bush's campaign chairman Robert Mosbacher wants White House Chief of Staff Samuel Skinner replaced by Secretary of State James Baker reported.

(Fresno, California: Kathleen deLaski) The Bush campaign featured. [In California, BUSH - issues denial.] Response from Bush to question about his being the environmental president after it was revealed that he will not sign a global treaty to protect natural habitats at the Earth Summit noted. [Before a group of farmers, BUSH - links environmental and economic policies.] [Environmental Defense Fund Michael BEAN - backs the treaty.]

(Studio: Carole Simpson) Coverage of the Earth Summit on "This Week with David Brinkley" noted; scenes shown of Governor Bill Clinton campaigning in California on urban issues.

(Little Rock: Morton Dean) Campaigning by potential presidential candidate H. Ross Perot in Little Rock, Arkansas, featured; details given of his approach of speaking conversationally to the audience. [PEROT - makes a campaign speech.]

(Studio: Carole Simpson) Denial by Perot that he offered to buy a Caribbean island to help the government's war against drugs reported.

Dean, Morton;
Simpson, Carole;
deLaski, Kathleen

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