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This Week In Politics (Campaign '92: Bush and The Debates) #583622

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Oct 17, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) This week's two presidential debates as seen from President Bush's position examined. [In first debate, Ross PEROT, Democrat Bill CLINTON - follow up on Bush's comments on the draft.] [BUSH - talks about foreign policy.] Bush campaign ad "spinning" the debate shown. [In second debate, BUSH - opposes organizating a demonstration in foreign lands.] [Four PEOPLE - ask questions.] [CLINTON - jokes about playing with the band.]

(Studio: Garrick Utley) Two Republicans' opinions on what Bush can do in the last 17 days featured. [Wearing an Atlanta Braves sweatshirt, Representative Newt GINGRICH - says Perot is a long- term phenomenon; urges the Bush team to communicate its message on Clinton and on the economy.] [Pat BUCHANAN - compares figures in Gallup and ABC polls; says Bush can still win.] [GINGRICH - suggests Bush lump both Clinton and Perot together as tax and spenders.]

Reporter(s):
Utley, Garrick
Duration:
00:06:40

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