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Campaign '96 / New Hampshire / The Republicans / Gramm Interview #367987

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 18, 1996
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(Manchester, New Hampshire: Dan Rather) The race among the Republican presidential candidates in the nation's first primary in New Hampshire updated.

(Manchester: Phil Jones) The campaign tactics of Senator Bob Dole featured; scenes shown. [Former candidate Senator Phil GRAMM - announces his support for Dole and comments on racism in the campaign of Pat Buchanan.] [During the debate, BUCHANAN - accuses Dole of pirating his ideas.] Dole's apparent parroting or copying of Forbes' style noted. [In several instances, DOLE, FORBES - make similar speeches.]

(Manchester, New Hampshire: Dan Rather) Interview held with Gramm about the New Hampshire primary. [GRAMM - says only Dole can bond the Republican Party; points out that Buchanan has been supported by David Duke.]

(Manchester, New Hampshire: Russ Mitchell) The growing popularity of presidential candidate Lamar Alexander and the campaigning by Buchanan and Forbes in New Hampshire featured; various campaign scenes shown. [ALEXANDER - talks about Gramm's endorsement of Dole.] [BUCHANAN - jokes.] [FORBES - says he will get his themes out.]

(Manchester, New Hampshire: Dan Rather) Interview with Alexander presented. [ALEXANDER - says his suggestion of using the armed forces to patrol the borders is not a wacky idea; responds to Dole's negative campaigning about Alexander's approach to an income tax in Tennessee; promises to go straight ahead and up after New Hampshire.]

Reporter(s):
Jones, Phil;
Mitchell, Russ;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:08:20

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