NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 15, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(Ottawa, Canada) Resigning Canadian Prime Min. Pierre Elliott Trudeau's career, life reviewed; films, photos shown. [TRUDEAU - feels his administration has been Canada's adolescence.] [1970, TRUDEAU - invites observation of his government] [1980, TRUDEAU - denounces separatists.] [December 1983, with President REAGAN, TRUDEAU - considers "third-rate pip-squeaks" who oppose his peace efforts "baloney."] [Comedian Rich LITTLE - imitates Reagan's reaction to Trudeau.] Issues affecting US-Canada relations discussed. [US ambassador Paul ROBINSON - feels Americans should be more sensitive to Canadian sensibilities.] History of US-Canada relations reviewed. Trudeau's probable successor John Turner examined. [PERFORMERS - sing tribute to Trudeau.]
REPORTER: Garrick Utley