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Campaign '88 / Robertson / Jackson #313379

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 08, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Lesley Stahl) Pat Robertson's answer to charges that his son was conceived prior to parents' marriage reported [ROBERTSON - says incident happened before he was a Christian; thinks publicity unfair.] Other misstatements discussed. [ROBERTSON - said in sworn deposition that he was not under artillery fire in Korea.] Robertson's claim otherwise noted. [ROBERTSON - says went to University of London.] Later admission that he had not attended the University of London cited. [Robertson SUPPORTER - says all transgressions before conversion to Christianity do not matter now.] Issue of premarital sex working against Robertson reported

(Studio: Dan Rather) Jesse Jackson's paid endorsement of New York Barclay Career School reported [JACKSON - says he promoted the school because he wants to help young people.] Jackson's appearance in ads resulting in equal time for other cands. discussed.

Rather, Dan;
Stahl, Lesley

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