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Bush / Public Opinion [Bypassed Introduction] #578671

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 28, 1991
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(Studio: Keith Morrison) Broadcast joined in progress. [President BUSH - comments on tough economic times, political finger pointing.] Report introduced.

(White House: John Cochran) Public opinion of Bush featured; his and Barbara Bush's last Thanksgiving spent with troops in the Persian Gulf recalled; scenes shown. Results of December '90 and November '91 NBC News/"Wall Street Journal" polls on Bush's handling of the economy compared. [BUSH - comments on his political opponents.] Scenes shown of Bush with Thanksgiving turkey at the White House. [Conservative activist Paul WEYRICH - comments on possible '92 presidential candidacy of commentator Patrick Buchanan.]

Cochran, John;
Morrison, Keith

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