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Campaign '92 / Perot / Republicans #345068

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 27, 1992
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(Studio: Edie Magnus) Report introduced.

(Washington: Bill Lagattuta) Charges about prior investigations by undeclared candidate Ross Perot featured; scenes shown of Perot rallies on his birthday. [PEROT - calls it Republican "dirty tricks."] Republican list of buzz words shown. [Republican National Committee chairman Rich BOND - refers to "Inspector Perot."] [Three times, Vice President Dan QUAYLE - uses the word "compulsion" with regard to Perot.] ["Adweek" magazine Barbara LIPPERT - comments.] The daisy ad used against Barry Goldwater in '64 shown. [VOTER - responds.] Perot camp's response to the campaign against him discussed.

Reporter(s):
Lagattuta, Bill;
Magnus, Edie
Duration:
00:03:00

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