NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 28, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Standings of Democrat Bill Clinton, President Bush and Ross Perot in the latest polls from NBC News/"Wall Street Journal", ABC News and CNN compared.
(Columbus, Ohio: John Cochran) Campaigning by Bush in which he bashed the media and Clinton/Gore featured; campaign scenes shown. [While jogging, BUSH - comments on economy numbers.] Monthly figures on personal income and factory goods cited. [On "Good Morning America", BUSH - says 92 of the coverage is negative.] [BUSH - says he is tired of the talking heads making bad news out of good news; says Clinton should clean up his mess in Arkansas.]
(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Jackson, Mississippi: Andrea Mitchell) Clinton's use of the trust issue in his campaigning in the South featured. [CLINTON - says Bush's ads make things up.] [CLINTON - talks about getting Perot involved.] [On "Today", CLINTON - says the Bush campaign has been reckless with the truth.] [In Houston, CLINTON - campaigns.] [Governor Ann RICHARDS - says "you can stick a fork in George Bush 'cause he's done."]
(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Map shown of the battleground states of Texas, Florida, Ohio and Michigan.
(Studio: Tom Brokaw, Tim Russert) Voters' view of Perot following his allegations of Republican dirty tricks against his daughter and the poll figures discussed. Report introduced.
(Washington: Lisa Myers) The cost and credibility of Perot's TV ad blitz analyzed; ads shown and four ad claims defined as "false." [Democratic media consultant Peter FENN - says the voters will reject a candidate if there is conflict.] [Attorney Neil KATZ - talks about the case of Perot employee Bobby Joe King.]