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Bush / Foreign Policy President #581840

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 23, 1991
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(Studio: Faith Daniels) Report introduced.

(The Capitol: Andrea Mitchell) President Bush, his interest in foreign affairs and his lack of interest in the domestic agenda examined; various scenes shown of Bush. [Senator Jay ROCKEFELLER - accuses Bush of "malignant neglect."] [Republican commentator Kevin PHILLIPS, Representative Richard GEPHARDT - say Bush ignores domestic policy.] [Bush aide Roger PORTER - responds.] [In October 1990, BUSH - comments.] Findings of NBC News/"Wall Street Journal" poll on Bush's handling of foreign policy and the economy outlined on screen. [Democratic national committee chairman Ron BROWN - says Bush seems to be running for Secretary General.]

Daniels, Faith;
Mitchell, Andrea

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