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Campaign '92 / Public Opinion #345195

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 06, 1992
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Trouble in President Bush's campaign featured; results given of CNN/"Time" and "Newsweek" polls on status of race between him, Governor Bill Clinton, and undeclared presidential candidate Ross Perot. Last week's rumors about the Bush campaign detailed. [On Thursday, Secretary of Defense Dick CHENEY - says he doesn't do politics.] [Representative Richard DURBIN - comments on Bush's prime time press conference.] [During press conference, REPORTER - asks Bush about Perot.] Interview held with media adviser Roger Ailes. [AILES - comments on the press, Senator Albert Gore; says he won't rejoin the campaign; says what Bush needs to do to get his message across and handle Perot.]

Schieffer, Bob

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