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ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 14, 1992
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Whereabouts of the presidential candidates reported; scenes shown of President Bush breaking ground for a monument to veterans of the Korean war; of Governor Bill Clinton leaving Washington and from a rally in Lincoln, Nebraska, with undeclared candidate Ross Perot linked to it by phone.

(Dallas: Karen Burnes) Questions raised about how Perot has gotten what he wants and how that will play in the world of politics. [PEROT - repeats "never give in. . ."] His use of private detectives in his efforts to discredit then-Pentagon official Richard Armitage, whom Perot believed was mishandling the search for MIAs in Vietnam, recalled; details given. [Detective James BEATTY - comments.] Case of Perot's use of his influence against a former aid detailed. [Attorney for Richard Salwen, Mike SCHMIDT - recalls dealings with Perot.]

Reporter(s):
Burnes, Karen;
Sawyer, Forrest
Duration:
00:03:10

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