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(Studio: Dan Rather) President Reagan reported denying accusations that he has made major policy decisions based upon astrological consultations. Report introduced.
(DC: Terence Smith) Ex-White House chief of staff Don. Regan reported publisher claims with regard to Reagans in new book; details given, scenes shown. [REAGAN - denies rumors.] [Astrologer Joyce JILLSON - says Reagans take astrological charts seriously.] White House spokesperson Marlin Fitzwater reported acknowledging that Nancy Reagan has long been interested in astrology. [Ex-California Governor Pat BROWN - comments on Reagan's inauguration as California Governor] Congress Democrats reported enjoying Reagan's star-crossed dilemma. [Representative James TRAFICANT - comments on situation.] House speaker Jim Wright &Fitzwater quoted.
- Rather, Dan;
- Smith, Terence
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