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Campaign '96 / Clinton vs. Dole #366668

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 31, 1996
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Reports introduced.

(Miami: Phil Jones) Presidential candidate Bob Dole's campaign on the character issue outlined; scenes shown from Florida. [DOLE - tells of his campaign plans; attacks President Clinton.] [Former President George BUSH - campaigns for Dole.]

(Las Vegas: Rita Braver) The focus on former Commerce Department official John Huang, the man at the center of the Democratic fund-raising issue, featured; details given of questions raised about the legality of campaign contributions. [CLINTON - campaigns.] [DOLE - criticizes Huang's visits to the White House.] [White House press secretary Michael McCURRY - explains the reasons for Huang's access to the White House.]

Braver, Rita;
Jones, Phil;
Rather, Dan

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