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Billy Carter / Libya #271880

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 23, 1980
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(Studio) Billy Carter reported acknowledging that part of his Libyan connection involved military transport planes that United States has refused to sell Libya.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(DC) Carter said admitting that he once made inquiries about 8 C-130 transport planes that United States has refused to sell Libya due to arms embargo against that nation; Defense Department film shown. [CARTER - comments on planes.] Carter said displeased with advice from national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski with regard to Florida oil company doing business with Libya. [CARTER - says it wasn't any of Brzezinski's business] Libyan president Muammar Kadhafi reported saying that shortly after meeting between Libyan official and Brzezinski he had received assurances that United States policy in Mideast would shift if President Carter was reelec.
REPORTER: Robert Schakne

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Schakne, Robert
Duration:
00:02:00

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