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Cuomo / Pol. Aspirations #309828

CBS Evening News for Monday, May 19, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(NYC: Bruce Morton) Governor Mario Cuomo's political aspirations, possibly incl. presidential candidacy in the future, examined; scenes shown. [CUOMO - announces decision to run for reelec. as governor; explains.] His pol. career and life reviewed. [CUOMO - defs. freedom of choice regarding abortion; resents image of all Italians as Mafia.] [Labor leader Victor GOTBAUM - criticizes Cuomo's communication skills.] [CUOMO - responds.] [Republican strategist John SEARS - praises Cuomo.] [CUOMO - delivers commencement speech.] [Texas Democrat chairperson Robert SLAGLE -doesn't think New Yorkers go over well in Texas.] [CUOMO - quotes mother.]

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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