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Carter Trip / France #254936

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 04, 1978
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(Studio) President Carter now in France on foreign tour.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Paris, France) Carter's activities for day reported Visit to Arc de Triomphe and walk down Champs Elysees with President Giscard noted, along with greetings to French and American vets of World War II. Walk with Giscard compared to Carter's inaugural day walk in DC; upcoming election for Giscard mentioned. Talks between Carter and French leaders, include possible economy summit in West Germany this summer, detailed. United States President's speech to group in Paris outlined. [CARTER - talks of democrat system's adapting to constantly changing demands of economy States that commitment of United States and American people to security of Europe is absolute; gives views on security and arms control.] Carter's plans to go to beaches of Normandy landings of World War II on Thursday reported.
REPORTER: Robert Pierpoint

Mudd, Roger;
Pierpoint, Robert

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