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Campaign '92 / Bush and Perot / Perot's Investigations #345007

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 23, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Negative campaign attack by President Bush's drug czar Bob Martinez on undeclared candidate Ross Perot noted.

(Dallas: Eric Engberg) Perot's use of inside information and his network to obtain it examined; cases cited of Perot's interest in getting information about Defense Department official Richard Armitage, whose position on MIAs displeased Perot, and a secret operation where Perot's own agents would track drug smugglers. [Jim BEATTY, Frank CHADWICK - comment.] [Reporter Laura MILLER - talks about Perot's plan to rope off sections of Dallas to look for guns and drugs.] [On "Today" October 1989, PEROT - opts for declaring civil war on drug dealers.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Tomorrow's special look at Perot previewed.

Reporter(s):
Engberg, Eric;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:03:20

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