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President Transition #268071

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 30, 1980
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(Studio) Report with regard to President-elect Ronald Reagan's selection of cabinet introd.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Palm Springs, California) [Ronald REAGAN - talks about process of selecting cabinet.] [ABC "Issues and Answers" Edwin MEESE - comments re: announcement of cabinet. and changes in role of National Security Adviser.] Lyn Nofziger quoted with regard to Reagan contacts with former president Richard Nixon. Senator Henry Jackson named. Benefit for Eisenhower Memorial Hospital reported Presence of former President Gerald Ford and Bob Hope noted. [REAGAN and HOPE - speak at benefit.] Reagans said considering selling their Pacific Palisades home.
REPORTER: Jerry Bowen

(Studio) Report with regard to state of Ronald Reagan's health in "US News and World Report" cited.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

Bowen, Jerry;
Dean, Morton

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