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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.
(White House: Susan Spencer) President Bush's preparations for Sunday's debates featured; details given of his planned mock debate with OMB director Richard Darman and former White House Chief of Staff John Sununu playing candidates Bill Clinton and Ross Perot. [On the campaign trail, Vice President Dan QUAYLE - says Clinton does not tell the truth.]
(Kansas City: Richard Threlkeld) Clinton's preparations for the debates featured; scenes shown of him taking part in a charity run in Kansas City, Missouri. [CLINTON - comments.] Attorney Bob Barnett and Representative Mike Synar said playing the roles of Bush and Perot in a debate rehearsal. [Clinton debate adviser Mike McCURRY - says Clinton must not be diverted.]
(Dallas: Scott Pelley) Perot's preparations for the debates featured; details given of his multimillion dollar television campaign. [Perot spokesman Orson SWINDLE - comments.]
- Pelley, Scott;
- Schieffer, Bob;
- Spencer, Susan;
- Threlkeld, Richard
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