ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 21, 1996
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Statements from Republican presidential candidates Pat Buchanan, Senator Bob Dole and Lamar Alexander following last night's New Hampshire primary reported; scenes shown of Buchanan campaigning at Mt. Rushmore, South Dakota.
(Sioux Falls, South Dakota: Michele Norris) Buchanan's campaign in the wake of his victory featured; scenes shown of him on the road. [BUCHANAN - says "mount up and ride."] [In South Carolina, BUCHANAN - campaigns.]
(Fargo, North Dakota: John Cochran) Dole's campaigning after New Hampshire featured; scenes shown from South Dakota. [DOLE - jokes and says it is a two-man race between himself and Buchanan.] [In response to reporter's question, DOLE - talks about Buchanan.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Alexander shown campaigning in South Carolina.
(White House: Brit Hume) The Republican race down the road examined. [President CLINTON - reacts to the Republicans and the New Hampshire.] Buchanan's success last night put into the perspective of other presidential races. [DOLE - says he has the money and the organization.] Alexander's problems after coming in third noted. [ALEXANDER - calls for Dole to move out of the way.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Sam Donaldson) The response of former Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Colin Powell to Buchanan's message presented. [For "PrimeTime Live", POWELL - says Buchanan's message of exclusion for the United States is the wrong one.]
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