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Campaign '88 / Celeste #316393

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 03, 1987
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Report introduced.

(Chicago, Illinois: Gary Reaves) Allegations of adultery against undeclared 1988 presidential candidate Richard Celeste examined; details given, scenes shown. [CELESTE - believes issue is between him and family, no one else.] Gary Hart's similar ordeal recalled. ["Cleveland Plain Dealer" spokesperson Thomas VAIL - defs. article.] "Plain Dealer's" chgs. against Celeste outlined. ["Chicago Sun-Times" spokesperson Martin SCHRAM -cautions against becoming "National Enquirer"-type journalists.] [Americans for Democrat Action spokesperson Ann LEWIS - considers focusing on public officials' private lives destructive for US pols.] [CELESTE - denies his 1988 decision will be determined by issue.]

Kuralt, Charles;
Reaves, Gary

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