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Campaign '92 / Bush vs. Clinton / Debates The Day After #583542

NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 12, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Consensus on the performances of Ross Perot, Democrat Bill Clinton and President Bush in last night's debate reported.

(White House: John Cochran) Change in Bush's campaign strategy the day after the debate featured. [BUSH - says Clinton has no experience and that economic alliances will win the new business war.] Announcement that Bush would replace his economic team of Treasury Secretary Nicholas Brady, economist Michael Boskin and OMB director Richard Darman in a second term noted. [In the debate, PEROT - comments.] Bush camp's fear that Perot will level an all- out attack on Bush noted.

(Washington: Lisa Myers) Perot's debate performance and its meaning for the presidential race featured. [In the debate, PEROT - gives out one-liners.] Perot's plans to emphasize a television ad campaign noted. [Democratic pollster Geoffrey GARIN - says Perot can only be a serious factor if Clinton hurts himself in the coming debates.]

(Philadelphia: Andrea Mitchell) Clinton's approach to the debate featured. [In Philadelphia, CLINTON - says he feels like Rocky Balboa.] [In the debate, CLINTON - tells Bush it is time to change; criticizes the image of Joseph McCarthy in Bush's attacks.] [On a Philadelphia subway photograph op, teen Leonard DUNCAN - questions Clinton.] [In radio interview, CLINTON - says Perot got a free ride from the press.]

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom;
Cochran, John;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Myers, Lisa
Duration:
00:07:20

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