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Campaign '92 / Clinton-Gore / Bush-Quayle / Perot #345397

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 17, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Camden, New Jersey: Richard Threlkeld) Return to the campaign trail for Democratic nominee Governor Bill Clinton and his running mate Senator Albert Gore featured; scenes shown from the Clinton bus caravan. [GORE - asks supporters of Ross Perot to join the campaign.] [Last night, CLINTON - talks about family values and the government.] [In Camden, New Jersey, VOTER - comments.] Post-convention polls standing of Clinton and President Bush noted.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Statement from Clinton that he would not rule out a cabinet post for Perot if he is elected noted. Pitch from Bush to Perot backers reported.

(Tampa: Wyatt Andrews) Campaigning by Vice President Dan Quayle for Perot supporters and against Clinton featured; scenes shown from Louisville, Kentucky. [QUAYLE - calls for a Republican Congress.] [Former Perot supporter Charles HELLEBUSCH - cites the issues that are still there.] [QUAYLE - responds to questions about whether he will be dropped from Bush's ticket.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Dallas: Bill Lagattuta) Mood of Perot supporters the day after Perot abandoned them featured; scenes shown from various sites. [Former New York Perot petition chairman Matthew LIFFLANDER - urges Perot colleagues to back Clinton-Gore.] [Two Perot BACKERS - comment.] [On June 18, PEROT - says "never give in, never give in. "] Use of radio call-in shows as a kind of electronic town therapy explained. [Perot VOLUNTEER - comments.]

Reporter(s):
Andrews, Wyatt;
Lagattuta, Bill;
Rather, Dan;
Threlkeld, Richard
Duration:
00:07:50

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