CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 19, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Official results of the New Hampshire Republican presidential primary reported; incorrect information reported last night noted. Interview held with CBS director of surveys Kathleen FRANKOVIC. [FRANKOVIC - talks about Republican write-in votes for Democratic candidates, last night's polling inaccuracies, what the primary results mean for President Bush.] Report introduced.
(White House: Susan Spencer) Bush's campaign in the South featured; scenes shown of him in Knoxville, Tennessee. [Republican presidential candidate Patrick BUCHANAN, BUSH - comment on their showings in the New Hampshire primary.] [BUSH - talks about his campaign, his economic plan.] [Federal Reserve chairman Alan GREENSPAN - says business activity should pick up.] [Political analyst Merle BLACK - says Bush is in political trouble in the South.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Interview held with Buchanan. [BUCHANAN - says he welcomes debate with Bush; talks about his need to win a primary, potential impact of economic upturn, his platform as a "Ronald Reagan, Barry Goldwater Republican."] Results of New Hampshire Democratic presidential primary reported. Report introduced.
(Baltimore: Richard Threlkeld) Maryland campaign of Democratic presidential front-runner Paul Tsongas featured; scenes shown of him and wife Niki Tsongas arriving in Baltimore, Maryland, today. [On Tuesday in Manchester, New Hampshire, TSONGAS - says "hello Washington."] [TSONGAS - talks about campaign funds, Maryland.] [Maryland MAN, WOMAN - talk about Tsongas.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Interview held with Democratic presidential candidate Governor Bill Clinton; scenes shown of him campaigning in Georgia. [CLINTON - talks about his New Hampshire showing, possibility that other Democrats may run, impact of his draft deferment during the Vietnam war, tabloid stories about him.]