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Analysis of Carter Trip #48502

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 10, 1977
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(London, England) Prior to President Carter's departure from London, reporters Sam Donaldson and Barrie Dunsmore talk with regard to trip with anchor. (Conversation shown.) [DONALDSON - cites results of trip in United States public view; notes Carter's campaign-like tactics in Newcastle, England.] [DUNSMORE - cites effect of trip with regard to world view of Carter. Notes comment of French foreign min.] Anchor asks with regard to Geneva meeting with Assad. [DUNSMORE - notes importance of Assad's position, as leader with most influence with PLO, Carter's treatment of him and United States stand with regard to Palestinians.] Notable exception to feeling of trip's success is in Israel, with regard to meeting with Assad; reports say Israel's doubts with regard to United States intentions in Mid. East strengthened.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

Reasoner, Harry

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