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Campaign '88 / Quayle vs. Bush / Debate #559538

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 05, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Debate between Senators Lloyd Bentsen and Dan Quayle previewed. [QUAYLE and BENTSEN - comment.] Report introduced.

(Studio: Ken Bode) Quayle noted having to prove his competency. [Democratic chairperson Paul KIRK - comments on debate.] [QUAYLE - compares himself to John F. Kennedy.] Quayle noted kept from press. [QUAYLE - criticizes Michael Dukakis.] Quayle's strategy outlined. [Republican chairperson Frank FAHRENKOPF - says Bentsen and Dukakis disagree on many issues.] Bentsen shown at Harry Truman HS. [BENTSEN - comments on Truman.] Democratic strategy outlined. [QUAYLE - comments on debate.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw, Ken Bode) Impt. of debate to Bush and Dukakis noted.

Bode, Ken;
Brokaw, Tom

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