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Carter / Interviews #244161

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 08, 1976
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(Studio) Carter completes 2 days of mtgs. with prospective administration members and goes to Washington, DC late today for more mtgs.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(DC) Georgia Governor George Busbee, on morning stroll at governor's mansion in Atlanta, sets tone for comments reporters hear all day with regard to Carter's actions. [BUSBEE - says he has no comment.] Mondale arrives with wave of hand, but no comments. Those being interviewed today are Cal Tech President Harold Brown, rumored front-runner for Defense Secretary; former IBM Vice President Jane Cahill Pfeiffer, rumored in running for Commerce Secretary; Bendix Corp. head Michael Blumenthal, in top position for Treasury Secretary; House Budget Committee chairperson Representative Brock Adams, reported to be considered for Transportation Secretary; and Georgia Representative Andrew Young, who isn't seeking new job. [BROWN - says he hasn't been offered position and doesn't know if he will be.] Carter arrives in Washington, DC tonight for 2-day stay at Blair House [CARTER - says transition going well.]
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

Cronkite, Walter;
Schieffer, Bob

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