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Bush: Politics / Campaign '92 #336020

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 22, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(White House: Susan Spencer) Republicans' concerns about recent missteps at the White House examined; this month's political realities for President Bush reviewed. [Republican consultant Eddie MAHE, Brookings Institution Stephen HESS, former Bush staffer Craig FULLER - comment on what is happening at the White House.] Role of White House Chief of Staff John Sununu in the snafus noted. Questions discussed of what these events mean for the Bush '92 campaign.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Movement within the administration to get Sununu out as chief of staff or to keep him from running the reelection effort noted; involvement of Treasury Secretary Nicholas Brady, Commerce Secretary Robert Mosbacher, Transportation Secretary Samuel Skinner, pollster Robert Teeter, ad man Roger Ailes and Fred Malek mentioned.

Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan

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