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Campaign '88 / Iowa Caucuses #320112

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 09, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Vice President George Bush reported being humiliated in Iowa caucuses. Senator Robert Dole's victory and other results illustration Pat Robertson mentioned defeating Bush. Report introduced.

(Concord, New Hampshire: Bob Schieffer) [DOLE - says winning fondest memory of Iowa caucuses.] Dole and wife Elizabeth Dole shown reading newspapers. [DOLE - says welcomes Republicans Robertson attracting to party] Dole's New Hampshire supporters quoted. [Senator Warren RUDMAN - comments on Dole's chances in New Hampshire.] Robertson's growing support discussed; scenes shown. [National Association of Evangelicals spokesperson Forrest MONTGOMERY - says Robertson appeals to President Reagan's supporters.] [BUSH - comments on being in New Hampshire.] CBS News-"New York Times" poll results illustration Bush shown campaign in New Hampshire. [BUSH - says wants to win.] [Republican political consultant Doug. BAILEY -comments on situation.] Pol. analysts quoted regarding Iowa's impact upon race; details given.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Pat Robertson noted now being perceived as viable cand. "Super Tuesday" mentioned. Report introduced.

(Bemidji, Minnesota: Bill Whitaker) Robertson shown campaign in Bemidji, Minnesota. [ROBERTSON - says wants to win Minnesota caucuses.] Robertson's "invisible army" shown in Minnesota. [ROBERTSON - campaigns.] Robertson's appeal in Minnesota discussed. [SUPPORTERS -comment on Robertson's Iowa performance.] Robertson quoted. Republican party leaders quoted.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Vice President George Bush's desperate New Hampshire campaign discussed. Report introduced. [Robert Dole campaign aide Tom RATH - says Bush embarrassed by loss.] [BUSH - says has to win New Hampshire.] Bush noted canceling trip to South so he could concentrate on New Hampshire. [BUSH - comments on schedule changes.] Poll results given.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Democrat Iowa results illustration Cands. Richard Gephardt, Paul Simon, and Michael Dukakis mentioned. Dukakis noted favored in New Hampshire. Report introduced.

(Manchester, New Hampshire: Bruce Morton) Gephardt shown campaign in Manchester, New Hampshire. [GEPHARDT - attacks forces of greed and adds acid rain to agenda.] Simon shown arriving in New Hampshire. [SIMON - complains of funding shortages.] Dukakis shown campaign [DUKAKIS - attacks Gephardt's changing views.] Gephardt's platform noted not being well-received in New Hampshire. Iowa and New Hampshire Democrats contrasted. [New Hampshire Democrat chairperson Joseph GRANDMAISON - comments on Dukakis' chances in New Hampshire.] Senator Albert Gore, Jesse Jackson and Bruce Babbitt's New Hampshire campaigns. outlined.

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan;
Schieffer, Bob;
Whitaker, Bill

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