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Campaign '92 / Bush vs. Clinton / The Economy #341480

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 27, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Implications of new economic figures for the economy and the presidential election introduced.

(Kettering, Ohio: Susan Spencer) Campaigning by President Bush in the Midwest featured; scenes shown. [On "Today", BUSH - calls Perot's allegations that Republicans would break up his daughter's wedding crazy.] [In Des Moines, Iowa, and Paducah, Kentucky, BUSH - cites the economic growth.]

(Tampa, Florida: Richard Threlkeld) Campaigning by Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton in the South featured. [CLINTON - talks about rebuilding America.] [Clinton campaign's Paul BEGALA - comments on the economic statistics.] Bush/Quayle demonstrators shown at Clinton's stop in Augusta, Georgia. [CLINTON - jokes about a heckler.]

(Dallas: Bill Lagattuta) The debate over whether Ross Perot is a victim of dirty tricks or is paranoid as he prepares to go to Colorado reported.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Reality Check story introduced.

(Washington: Eric Engberg) Perot's ad campaign analyzed; scenes shown from his "infomercials" and his shorter television and radio ads; details given of the economic proposals in his book "United We Stand". Several of Perot's ad claims assessed as "true" or "false."

Reporter(s):
Engberg, Eric;
Lagattuta, Bill;
Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan;
Threlkeld, Richard
Duration:
00:08:20

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