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Campaign 2000 (Republican Debate) #188774

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 15, 2000
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The last Republican debate before the Iowa caucuses introduced.

(Iowa: Dean Reynolds) The Republican debate featured; details given of the issues debated. [Texas Governor GEORGE W. BUSH, Senators John McCAIN, Orrin HATCH - offer views on taxes and Social Security.] [Candidates Steve FORBES, Gary BAUER - comment on President Clinton.] [BUSH, Alan KEYES - banter in Spanish.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown; Iowa: Linda Douglass, Dean Reynolds) McCain's approach to campaigning in Iowa and Bush's expectations discussed.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Des Moines, Iowa: John Yang) The background to the political watch in Iowa featured; scenes shown of the organized campaigning and behind-the-scenes preparations for the debate. [Debate organizer Chris KING - talks about debate ground rules.] [McCain campaign tour director Lanny WILES - talks about the debate action.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Further coverage of the debates on the ABCNews Website noted.

Brown, Aaron;
Douglass, Linda;
Reynolds, Dean;
Yang, John

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