ABC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 27, 1972
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(Studio) As Democrat plot thickens, Sam. Edward Kennedy is watched closely.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(DC) [KENNEDY - despite appearance of candidacy, insists he will not run for President] (Indianapolis, IN) Kennedy stays in limelight with ITT inquiry and criticism of President Vietnam policy. [KENNEDY - says violence continues for Americans and civilians in S.E. Asia.] He has not endorsed any other Democratic candidate.
REPORTER: Bob Clark
(Little Rock, Arkansas) Kennedy attends dinner honoring Wilbur Mills.
(DC) [Senator John TUNNEY - says Kennedy night accept draft at convention for party unity.]
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