NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 28, 1980
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(Studio) President Carter's campaign staff said considering possibility of bringing him out of White House due to Edward Kennedy's recent primary wins; Kennedy reported filing for West Virginia primary. Importance of West Virginia to brother John's 1960 campaign recalled.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) Kennedy's West Virginia stop featured; his response to White House statement with regard to his chances in light of number of delegates held quoted. [KENNEDY - says he will get nomination and election] His later stop in Pittsburgh examined. [KENNEDY - calls for Carter to leave White House] Apparent significance of today's Pennsylvania rally considered.
REPORTER: Chris Wallace
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