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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Preliminary results in tonight's primary in South Carolina mentioned.
(Washington: Susan Spencer) The Republican campaign in South Carolina between President Bush, and challengers Patrick Buchanan and David Duke featured; campaign scenes shown. [In sweatshirt, BUSH - talks about the South Carolina campaign.] Exit poll findings on a protest vote and the importance of economic issues outlined on screen. [In Louisiana, BUCHANAN - says Bush policies have killed prosperity.] [In Florida, BUSH - campaigns.] Bush shown fishing in Alabama. [University of South Carolina Earl BLACK - says Bush has not unified his base.] Bush campaign's strategy for Super Tuesday and its view of Buchanan noted.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Meaner turn of the Democratic campaign in the South reported; scenes shown of Paul Tsongas campaigning in Florida and of Governor Bill Clinton jogging.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer; Washington: Susan Spencer) The prospects of a battle for the Democratic nomination and Bush campaign's perspective on it discussed.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Opening of party caucuses in Wyoming reported.
- Schieffer, Bob;
- Spencer, Susan
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