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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Washington: Bruce Morton) Public opinion with regard to President Bush featured. [In Japan, BUSH - talks about his health.] Results given of CBS News/"New York Times" poll on various aspects of Bush's policies.] [Republican pollster Linda DiVALL - talks about campaign '92.] [Democratic presidential candidates Governor Bill CLINTON, Senator Tom HARKIN - talk about Bush, economic problems.]
(Tokyo: Bill Whitaker) Bush's visit to Japan featured. [BUSH - talks about progress made.] Japanese pledges obtained on the trip mentioned. [Japanese Prime Minister Kiichi MIYAZAWA - talks about discussions with Bush.] [Chrysler chairman Lee IACOCCA - says it was a tough week.] [Chairman and CEO, General Motors Corporation Corporation Robert STEMPEL; president and CEO, Tenneco Automotive John REILLY - comment on results of Bush's trip.] [International business consultant James ABEGGLEN - says Bush appeared weak.] Scenes shown from "Godzilla versus King Ghidora", a new Japanese film in which evil Americans try to force Japan to buy foreign computers.
- Morton, Bruce;
- Rather, Dan;
- Whitaker, Bill
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