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Carter / Fishing Trip #252299

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 29, 1977
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(Studio) In interview with "US News and World Report" magazine, released today, President Carter says presence of nuclear weapons in Pacific indicates they'll be used, if necessary, to defend South Korea. President goes deep sea fishing off Georgia coast; takes Mrs. Carter and Amy along.
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

(Saint Simons Island, Georgia) Report on fishing trip aboard "No-Name II;" only one Coast Guard boat accompanies them to sea. Before group returns, Navy divers check dock on Frederica River [CARTER - cites catch.] Mrs. Carter catches king mackerel; President is asked about wife's claim to biggest fish. [CARTER - knew she'd say that and it's true.] Mrs. Carter's trip to Latin American starts Monday
REPORTER: Robert Pierpoint

Bradley, Ed;
Pierpoint, Robert

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