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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Reports introduced.
(New York: Ann Compton) Clinton's campaign featured; scenes shown of the president blowing out candles on his 50th birthday cake; details given of the White House plans for counterprogramming to combat presidential candidate Bob Dole's boost in the polls after the Republican convention. [CLINTON - campaigns.] [Senior advisor to the president George STEPHANOPOULOS - notes what is coming next.]
(Pittsburgh: Mike von Fremd) Dole's campaign featured; scenes shown from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Buffalo, New York. [Vice presidential candidate Jack KEMP - opposes partial birth abortions.] [In Buffalo this morning, DOLE - says we'll end the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) as we know it.]
- Compton, Ann;
- Simpson, Carole;
- von Fremd, Mike
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