CBS Evening News for Saturday, Nov 28, 1992
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) The question of whether President-elect Bill Clinton can create a vice president who really matters featured; scenes shown. [Before and after the election, CLINTON - talks about his partnership with Albert Gore.] [Brookings Institution Thomas MANN - says the Clinton-Gore chemistry is unique, but Gore's role is dependent on how Clinton decides to use him.] The similar backgrounds of Clinton and Gore cited. [Representative Tom DOWNEY, Senator Tim WIRTH - explain what Gore offers Clinton.]
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