CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 10, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Cands. Robert Dole and Vice President George Bush discussed. Pat Robertson mentioned. Report introduced.
(Manchester, New Hampshire: Bob Schieffer) Dole's Iowa caucuses win reported helping in New Hampshire. [DOLE - comments on leadership] Cand. Jack Kemp shown campaign [KEMP - comments on Bush's loss and Dole's win.] [Dole campaign spokesperson Tom RATH - says Bush will now emphasize ties with President Reagan.] Bush's television ad. shown. [Bush campaign spokesperson Lee ATWATER - says Bush will win.] Dole's television ad. shown. Dole noted focusing on day care issue. [DOLE - challenges opponents to speak on issues.] Bush mentioned flying back to New Hampshire to campaign Elizabeth Dole shown working in restaurant. [Elizabeth DOLE - asks who has large fries.] Republican leaders quoted regarding Dole upsetting Bush in New Hampshire.
(Studio: Dan Rather; New Hampshire: Bob Schieffer) Dole's chances of beating Bush in New Hampshire discussed. Impact of Bush loss in New Hampshire noted. Democrat cands. Richard Gephardt, Paul Simon and Michael Dukakis discussed. Report introduced.
(Manchester, New Hampshire: Eric Engberg) Democrat cands. reported verbally attacking each other. [SIMON - criticizes Gephardt's changing views on nuclear power.] Simon shown standing before Seabrook nuclear power plant in New Hampshire. [SIMON - cites exs. of Gephardt's vacillations.] Gephardt's aides noted being prepared for attacks when candidate won Iowa. [GEPHARDT - says Simon listens to advrs. too much.] Simon and Gephardt noted realizing race tightening. [New Hampshire Democrat activist Jean SHAHEEN - comments on fight for second place.] Simon noted being candidate with most to lose. [Democrat consultant Robert BECKEL - comments on Simon's strategy.] Simon's negative advertising campaign against Gephardt discussed. [Simon's New Hampshire campaign manager Mike MARSHALL - says Simon telling voters truth and Gephardt isn't.] Dukakis shown campaign Gephardt mentioned gaining support from Iowa win.
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