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Campaign '88 / Character Issue #318063

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 16, 1988
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Shaping up of campaign '88 reported; details given, scenes shown. [Bruce BABBITT - says American people ready for truth.] People's int. in honesty and trustworthiness noted. [Iowa homemaker Gail JOHNSON - wants honest president] [Dukakis campaign spokesperson Teresa VILMAIN - talks about people wanting candidate they can trust.] Link of issue of character and Gary Hart's reentry into race detailed. [MAN - asks Hart if he would be responsible pres.] Issue of Vice President George Bush's role in Iran affair noted. [BUSH - attacks newspaper editor about Iran issue.] [Ron FROEHLICH - says needs to feel "good vibes" with cand.] Voters' search for integrity in cands. mentioned.

Schieffer, Bob

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