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(Studio: Harry Smith) Governor Bill Clinton's suggestion that the presidential candidates hold one debate per week until the election reported.
(White House: Susan Spencer) President Bush's struggle to get his message to the people featured. [Representative George MILLER - notes resentment toward United States at the United Nations Earth Summit.] [OMB Robert GRADY - says US environmental actions have been superior to other countries.] Excerpt of Bush campaign ad shown. [On "David Frost" on January 3, BUSH - says he'll do what he has to do to be reelected.] [On "Today", CLINTON - says people are affected by talk shows.] Bush's speech tomorrow to local television stations via satellite mentioned; discussion held about television shows on which Bush will not appear.
- Smith, Harry;
- Spencer, Susan
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