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President Transition #268181

CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 01, 1980
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Los Angeles, California) [REAGAN - refuses to name cabinet nominees he's already identified.] Possibility that Senator Henry Jackson has been ruled out noted; memo issued by foreign policy adviser Richard Allen, warning Reagan spokesperson not to speak on behalf of president-elect, examined. Memo said stemming from accident involving Ray Cline's Pro-Taiwan comments and China (PR)'s reaction; details given. [REAGAN - comments.] Minor auto accident involving Reagan's car reported; films shown.
REPORTER: Jerry Bowen

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(DC) Senator Paul Laxalt's relationship with Reagan noted. [LAXALT - discusses econ., auto industry, areas Reagan needs to concentrate on.] Laxalt's further remarks with regard to tax cut, abolishment of Energy and Educ. Depts. and preliminary plans for commission to study means of streamlining federal government Gerald Ford mentioned as leading contender to head up commission
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

Bowen, Jerry;
Dean, Morton;
Schieffer, Bob

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