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Campaign '92 / Bush, Duke / Cuomo and The Democrats #578726

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Nov 30, 1991
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) New approval rating for President Bush in "Time" magazine poll and announcement that David Duke will enter some Republican presidential primaries in '92 reported.

(Washington: Lisa Myers) The Democratic candidates and the indecision of Governor Mario Cuomo about his candidacy examined; scenes shown from newspaper cartoons. [Comedian Jay LENO - jokes about Cuomo.] NBC News poll and Cuomo's sparring with Vice President Dan Quayle cited. [CUOMO - talks about deciding to decide.] [Senator Tom HARKIN - campaigns against Bush.] [Senator Bob KERREY - campaigns on health care issue.] [Governor Bill CLINTON - campaigns.] [Texas Democratic Party Ed MARTIN - talks about Clinton.]

Myers, Lisa;
Utley, Garrick

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