NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 25, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Democratic presidential candidate Paul Tsongas' statement to Senator Bob Kerrey, who is expected to win today's South Dakota primary, reported. Report introduced.
(Little Rock: Andrea Mitchell) Democratic presidential candidate Governor Bill Clinton's record as governor of Arkansas featured; his achievements, criticisms of him detailed. [CLINTON - addresses state legislature with regard to child welfare.] Cases of two Arkansas child abuse victims mentioned. [National Center for Youth Law William GRIMM, CLINTON - comment on Clinton's handling of Arkansas' child welfare crisis.] [Arkansas Fairness Council Brownie LEDBETTER - comments on Clinton.]
(Studio: Tom Brokaw) President Bush's switch to negative ads in his campaign against opponent Patrick Buchanan featured; Buchanan noted not on the South Dakota primary ballot. [On February 15, BUSH - comments on negative advertisements.] Excerpt shown from Bush ad, featuring General P.X. Kelley, criticizing Buchanan's stance on the Persian Gulf war.
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