CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 26, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
(Los Angeles, California) Gary Hart's final leg of primary campaigning examined; films shown. [HART - praises both New Jersey and California.] Toll fatigue takes on candidate noted illustrated by his remark at California fundraiser. [HART - claims good news is that wife Lee campaigns. in California while bad news is that he works New Jersey.] [Today, HART - explains New Jersey remark.] [Walter MONDALE - criticizes Hart's remark about New Jersey.]
REPORTER: Eric Engberg
(Studio) Jesse Jackson reported traveling to Mexico next week to discuss international debt problem.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
(DC) [JACKSON - in May 15, address, recognizes right of Palestinians to their own state.] Jackson's courting of Arab-American voter examined. [Former Senator James ABOUREZK - feels pariah status of Arab-Americans is ending.] Jackson's trip to Syria to secure release of Lieutenant Robert Goodman thought broadening alliance between blacks and Arab-Americans; Jackson's current status with Arab-Americans discussed. [National Association of Arab-Americans chairperson Robert JOSEPH - feels most Arab-Americans aren't comfortable with Jackson's liberal philosophy.] Amt. raised by Arab-Americans for Jackson mentioned. [Disc jockey Casey KASEM - thinks Jackson can make a difference in Mideast.] Arab-Americans' call for Democratic party platform incl. homeland for Palestinians considered.
REPORTER: Robert Pierpoint
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