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Campaign '92 / Perot Pullout / Clinton #345381

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 16, 1992
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(Madison Square Garden: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Convention floor: Bill Plante) The impact of the pullout by undeclared candidate Ross Perot on the campaign of Governor Bill Clinton featured; scenes shown of Clinton jogging. [CLINTON - explains what he told Perot in a telephone call.] [Clinton strategist James CARVILLE, Democratic analyst Bob BECKEL, Republican analyst Doug BAILEY - offer views on who will be helped by Perot's withdrawal.] CBS News poll findings on a three- and two-man race outlined. [Democratic strategist Tad DEVINE, Clinton pollster Stan GREENBERG - comment.] The current status of Clinton's oft-rewritten speech for tonight noted.

(Madison Square Garden: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Jackson Hole, Wyoming: Randall Pinkston) Reaction of President Bush to Perot's withdrawal featured. [On telephone from Pinedale, Wyoming, BUSH - describes his telephone call to Perot.] [Republican National Committee Rich BOND - says the Democrats will be hurt.] Possibility that Secretary of State James Baker will try to get the campaign back on track noted.

Reporter(s):
Pinkston, Randall;
Plante, Bill;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:04:00

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