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1980 Campaign / Briefing Papers Controversy #292015

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 06, 1983
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(Studio) "Washington Post" said publishing tomorrow memorandums from 1980 campaign aide of Jimmy Carter to Bob Gray, then an official in Reagan elec. campaign, regarding Edwin Meese and William Casey discussion on mole in Carter campaign; details given.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(DC) Representative Don. Albosta, whose subcommittee is investigating 1980 Carter briefing papers controversy, said claiming sexual favors were exchanged for info.; White House noted denying any such relations Albosta's staff said making inquiries of Edwin Meese, Michael Deaver and Paul Corbin; Corbin's past campaign connection with Casey and James Baker recalled. Photo shown courtesy "Nashville Banner." Staff said also interviewing Richard Allen this week to discuss national security council information he claimed to have received from Carter sources; FBI agents shown trying to dodge photographers.
REPORTER: Rita Braver

Braver, Rita;
Rather, Dan

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