CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 28, 1998
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(Washington: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Champaign, Illinois: Harry Smith) The fact that President Clinton's popularity with Americans has not been changed by the recent sex scandal allegations examined; scenes shown from his trip to Champaign, Illinois, where people waited in line to see the president; poll statistics given. [SPECTATORS, Lee ROBERTS, homemaker Brenda KESTER - tell why they came to see the president.] [Vice President Al GORE - emphatically speaks to the crowd.]
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