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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.
(Washington: John Cochran) Attack by Republican presidential candidate Senator Bob Dole on President Clinton's judicial appointments examined. [While in Russia, CLINTON - says Dole voted for his appointments; defends his appointments based on the American Bar Association rating system.] [On Friday, DOLE - criticizes Clinton and the ABA.] [ABA president Robert Cooper RAMO - defends the ABA's position.] Democratic ad defending Clinton on the crime issue shown. The Democrats' aim of linking Dole to Representative Newt Gingrich and both to the National Rifle Assn. noted. [Senior advisor to the president George STEPHANOPOULOS - cites their link to the NRA.]
(Studio: Aaron Brown) The support of the National Rifle Assn. for Dole examined. [NRA executive vice president Wayne LaPIERRE - speaks out for Dole.]
- Brown, Aaron;
- Cochran, John
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