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Campaign '92 / Clinton and Brown #585534

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 16, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Jerry Brown's conflict of interest accusation against Governor Bill Clinton with regard to wife Hillary Clinton's law practice reported. [During Chicago debate, BROWN - accuses Clinton of funneling money to his wife's law firm.] [During same debate, Bill CLINTON - comments on Brown.]

(Chicago: Andrea Mitchell) Clinton-Brown mudslinging featured. [In Chicago, Bill CLINTON - comments on Brown.] [Hillary CLINTON - defends her career.] [BROWN - restates his accusation against Clinton.] Brown's growing labor support noted. [MAN - heckles Clinton.]

(Washington: Lisa Myers) Hillary Clinton's role in her husband's campaign featured. [CLINTON - comments on his wife's role.] [Former Clinton opponent Nelson SHEFFIELD - comments on Rose law firm, with which Hillary Clinton is affiliated.] Rose firm's senior partner Webster Hubble quoted on the firm's state-related business. [Hillary CLINTON - says she has not shared in state funds.] "New York Times" story revealing that Hillary Clinton did some work for a failed savings and loan mentioned. [University of Arkansas Little Rock Law School John DiPIPPA - comments on ethics.] Indiana Governor Evan Bayh's wife Susan Bayh reported changing her job to avoid a conflict.

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Myers, Lisa
Duration:
00:05:50

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