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Bush / Ecuador Tour, Iran Arms Scandal #555293

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 22, 1987
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(Studio: Chris Wallace) Report introduced.

(Quito, Ecuador: Tom Pettit) Vice President George Bush's visit here, officially for tour of earthquake damaged regions, noted keeping him away from devastated areas; details given, scenes shown. [BUSH - extends United States aid and sympathy.] Ecuador's alliance with United States against Nicaragua noted. President Leon Febres Cordero's economy and political problems described. Local media's attention to Iran arms scandal noted. [BUSH - claims and he and President Reagan agree on his role in operation.]

Reporter(s):
Pettit, Tom;
Wallace, Chris
Duration:
00:02:20

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