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'96 Vote / New Hampshire / Clinton / Dole #405249

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Feb 03, 1996
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(Studio: Miles O'Brien) Report introduced.

(Manchester: Claire Shipman) Campaigning by President Clinton in New Hampshire featured; scenes shown of Clinton in Manchester today. [CLINTON - extends sympathy to the family of the slain American soldier in Bosnia; remarks on the land mine danger.] [Senator Bob DOLE - comments on the first American casualty.] [Analyst William SCHNEIDER - says the politics of Bosnia are heavy.]

(Pentagon: Carl Rochelle) Discussion of the United States military reaction to the death of the first American soldier in Bosnia featured. [Secretary of Defense William PERRY, NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Supreme Commander General George JOULWAN - give an official reaction.]

O'Brien, Miles;
Rochelle, Carl;
Shipman, Claire

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