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Quayle / Campaign '92 #341188

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 08, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Nashua, New Hampshire: Eric Engberg) Vice President Dan Quayle's role in the '92 presidential campaign featured; scenes shown of his campaign trip to New Hampshire. [QUAYLE - talks about Republican presidential candidate Patrick Buchanan.] [Quayle adviser Mitch DANIELS - talks about Quayle and conservatives.] [Comedian Jay LENO - makes joke about Quayle.] [Former Education Secretary William BENNETT - comments on jokes about Quayle.] Quayle's leadership of the Council on Competitiveness, polls on Americans' worries about Quayle mentioned. [Political columnist Jules WITCOVER - says Quayle is prone to making mistakes.] Excerpt shown from 1988 vice presidential debate. [Quayle chief of staff William KRISTOL - talks about Quayle's chance to vindicate himself.]

Reporter(s):
Engberg, Eric;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:20

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