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Campaign '88 / Bush / Iran/Contra Scandal #317954

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 10, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Report introduced.

(Des Moines, Iowa: Bill Whitaker) Contd. questioning of Vice President George Bush about his role in Iran/Contra affair during his campaign in Iowa reported; details given, scenes shown. [BUSH - says questions already answered.] Challenge by Bush to Robert Dole to release income tax returns reported [On ABC News, DOLE - says Bush trying to shift focus away from Iran/Contra affair.] Issue of Iran affair during Friday's Republican campaign debate noted. [Alexander HAIG, BUSH - debate Iran issue.] Meeting of Republican county officials in Creston, Iowa, reported REPUBLICANS - say issue must be cleared up.] [DOLE - says Bush should release information on Iran/Contra affair.] Issue of increase personal nature of Republican campaign detailed.

Spencer, Susan;
Whitaker, Bill

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