NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 30, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Texas billionaire H. Ross Perot reported choosing retired admiral James Stockdale as his temporary running mate. Report introduced.
(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) Campaign for the Democratic New York presidential primary featured; New York tabloid headlines on Governor Bill Clinton shown. [On Wisconsin radio show, CLINTON - comments on trying marijuana.] Results given of ABC poll of New York Democrats on whether they trust Clinton. [MAN - comments on Clinton.] [CLINTON - comments on Jerry Brown.] [BROWN - makes campaign speech; talks about Clinton.] Role of Brown adviser Pat Caddell in writing one of Brown's speeches mentioned. Clinton reported challenging Brown to a series of debates.
(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Washington: Bob Kur) Programs proposed by Brown and Clinton for handling problems in the cities featured; their plans with regard to the homeless, welfare, drug abuse, crime, and urban development outlined. [BROWN - talks about aid for cities.] [CLINTON - comments on real estate investment.] [Former Seattle Mayor Charles ROYER - says president has to set tone.] [President BUSH - says government is too big.]