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Campaign '88 / Bush Problems #562459

NBC Evening News for Friday, May 27, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Justice Department woes noted one of many problems facing Vice President George Bush during presidential campaign '88. Poll results noted indicating that Michael Dukakis leading Bush. Report introduced.

(DC: Lisa Myers) Bush reported in Kennebunkport, ME, with top aides; details given, scenes shown. [BUSH - comments on underdog status.] Bush noted denouncing Panamanian dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega. [BUSH - calls Noriega liar and says is tired of Dukakis and Jesse Jackson dumping on him and admin.] Dukakis and Jackson shown together in New Mexico. [BUSH - comments on lobster fishermen in bay.] Bush aides quoted with regard to campaign

Brokaw, Tom;
Myers, Lisa

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