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Campaign '88 / Super Tues. / Bush #561544

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 07, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Atlanta, Georgia: Lisa Myers) Vice President George Bush's campaign in Columbia, Missouri, featured. [BUSH - comments on South Carolina victory.] Bush noted confident will win nom. [BUSH - attacks Michael Dukakis.] Bush and Robert Dole's advrs. quoted with regard to "Super Tuesday" winnings; states illustration Dole's TV ad with regard to Bush and Iran/Contra scandal shown and discussed. [DOLE - compares Bush to Walter Mondale and dismisses notion that Bush will win "Super Tuesday" primary.] Pat Robertson shown campaign [ROBERTSON - campaigns.] Dole aide quoted.

Brokaw, Tom;
Myers, Lisa

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