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Campaign '88 / Gore #554290

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 23, 1987
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Presidential candidate Richard Gephardt mentioned cutting back campaign in South and redirecting workers to Iowa and New Hampshire. Cand. Al Gore, Junior noted pulling out of Iowa to campaign in South Report introduced. (DC: Dennis Murphy) Scenes shown of Gore's Texas campaign Gore's age and views discussed. [GORE - comments on chances.] Gore's performance during NBC president debate reviewed. Gore's manner and personality mentioned. Wife Mary (Tipper) Gore's anti-raunchy rock music campaign noted. Senator Albert Gore, Senior, shown playing fiddle; details given of name recognition in Tennessee. [GORE, Senior - is glad son's running.] Gore's role in Vietnam mentioned. [GORE - is disillusioned by Vietnam and Watergate.] Gore's career outlined. [GORE - comments on views.] Gore strategy outlined.

Chung, Connie;
Murphy, Dennis

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