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Reagan Presidency #536716

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 25, 1984
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REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(DC) [August 2, 1983, Representative Patricia SCHROEDER - refers to President Reagan as the "teflon-coated political"] [Today, SCHROEDER - notes controversies' doubts stick to Reagan as to past President] Reagan's style of handling politically sensitive issues examined; terrorist bombing of Marines in Beirut cited as example [October 27, 1983, REAGAN - comments on Lebanon's physical distance from US.] [October 24, 1980, REAGAN - promises balance budget by 1983 at latest.] Current budget deficit noted. [REAGAN - Thlames local pols. for deficit.] [Attorney John SEARS - notes public's perception of Reagan as "lucky"; explains.] [REAGAN - jokes about his age; denies time spent at California ranch is vacation.] [SEARS - lists Reagan's qualities carrying him through presidency.] [SCHROEDER - suggests Democratic party hire actor as cand.]
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

Brokaw, Tom;
Mudd, Roger

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