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Clinton / The Children #146108

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 20, 1993
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) President Clinton's question and answer session with a selected group of children featured; scenes shown from the East Room of the White House. [GIRL - talks about her mother's cancer.] [Wheelchair-bound Anastasia SOMOZA - talks about her sister, who also has cerebral palsy.] [Pernell BREWER - comments.] [CLINTON - jokes about his grade school conduct; explains what he does for fun.] Appearance by Chelsea Clinton with her cat "Socks". [CHELSEA - talks about Secret Service escorts.]

(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Littleton, Colorado: Tom Foreman) View of young people watching the program on television featured. [In the suburbs of Littleton, Colorado, kids Mara JACKSON, Noel ZIMMER, Susan KATAOKA, Ben SCHARNOWSKI, J.D. McCRUMB, Desirae JUNG, Ryan CHAMBERS - comment on Clinton, the economy, taxes and the chances of a woman president.] [Parent Sheilah SCHARNOWSKI - comments.]

Foreman, Tom;
Simpson, Carole

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