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Campaign '92 / Baker / Bush / Clinton #344737

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 01, 1992
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(Studio: Paula Zahn) State Department reported denying rumors that Secretary of State James Baker might take over President Bush's reelection campaign or replace White House Chief of Staff Samuel Skinner. Bush's public approval rating noted. Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Richard Threlkeld) Governor Bill Clinton's presidential campaign featured; number of delegates he has earned noted; scenes shown of him and Jerry Brown campaigning in California. Results given of CBS News poll on a three-way presidential race between Bush, Clinton and undeclared candidate Ross Perot, and whether voters view Clinton favorably. [Three PEOPLE - comment on wanting someone who hasn't been tainted by politics.] [Clinton campaign chairman Mickey KANTOR - says Clinton is just starting.]

Threlkeld, Richard;
Zahn, Paula

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