CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 11, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) CBS News estimate of the number of convention delegates garnered thus far for each of the Democratic candidates outlined.
(Miami: Richard Threlkeld) Democratic presidential campaign in Illinois and Michigan featured; excerpt shown from ad for Governor Bill Clinton; scenes shown of Paul Tsongas' airplane stuck in the mud in Chicago, of Jerry Brown in Marquette, Michigan. [TSONGAS - says "now it's all neutral territory."] [CLINTON - comments on his character.] [Democratic pollster Geoffrey GARIN - comments on Clinton.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) CBS News estimate of the number of convention delegates garnered thus far by President Bush and Patrick Buchanan outlined.
(White House: Susan Spencer) Republican presidential campaign featured. [BUSH - says he'd rather have no opposition, money is limited; comments on Republicans who keep voting against him.] [BUCHANAN - says he won't quit.] [Former President Richard NIXON - talks about importance of Russian success to United States economy.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Interview held with Buchanan. [BUCHANAN - says why he won't quit the race; comments on Bush, comparisons to David Duke, whether he wants to replace Vice President Dan Quayle on the ticket, risk of being blamed if Bush loses the election.]
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