CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 29, 1984
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(Studio) campaign. efforts of Democrat cands. in New York today noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(NYC) [Last night's debate, Gary HART - notes Carter-Mondale administration sold US enemies arms.] [MONDALE - responds.] Mondale's effort to rationalize his actions as Vice President with his allegedly different attitudes on issues now examined. [January 4, MONDALE - notes Jimmy Carter's book points out his opposition to grain embargo on USSR .] [January 15, MONDALE - claims to have opposed draft registration.] [March 27, MONDALE - claims as Vice President he opposed MX missile concept in support of Midgetman.] Former Carter officials said unable to recall any opposition by Mondale at the time. [March 26, MONDALE - explains keeping his views private while Vice President] Vice President Nelson Rockefeller's public criticism of President Gerald Ford's denial of aid to New York City recalled. [1976, MONDALE - claims Carter understands his role as Vice President]
REPORTER: Eric Engberg
(Studio) Carter said confirming Mondale's objections to MX; details given. Hart's remarks on Mondale quoted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(NYC) [Last night, MONDALE - questions Hart's commercials implying Mondale's murderous intent.] Hart's media campaign in New York noted suggesting Mondale's policies on Central America are dangerous; ads shown. [HART - fears Mondale will repeat Vietnam experience in Central America; claims he won Connecticut due to Central American issue.] [Last night, MONDALE - questions Hart's perseverance with Central America.] Positions of each on issue of United States military presence in region outlined. [MONDALE - offers vague position.] Specific aspects of Mondale's stance outlined. [MONDALE - defs. current level of United States aid to Honduras.]
REPORTER: Susan Spencer
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