NBC Evening News for Saturday, May 30, 1992
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(Studio: Keith Morrison) Report introduced.
(White House: Jim Miklaszewski) President Bush's campaign in California and the plans for a staff shake-up featured; scenes shown. [In response to question about his plans to replace White House Chief of Staff Samuel Skinner with Secretary of State James Baker, BUSH - says "absolutely not."] Report that Skinner's deputy could be replaced with a member of Baker's team detailed. Announcement by Bush of a plan paying farmers to convert farmlands to wetlands and that he will not sign a treaty to protect wildlife at the Earth Summit detailed. [BUSH - opposes going to an extreme on environment.] [Worldwatch Institution Les BROWN - calls Bush, the environmental president, a joke.]
(Studio: Keith Morrison) Potential candidate H. Ross Perot shown campaigning in Little Rock, Arkansas. [PEROT - makes speech.]
(Los Angeles: Diana Koricke) The Democratic campaign in California where Jerry Brown and Governor Bill Clinton are running a tight race while two Senate seats are up for grabs featured; campaign scenes shown. [BROWN, CLINTON - make campaign speeches.] [Center for Politics and Policy Sherry Bebitch JEFFE - says people are not interested in politics as usual.] Perot's support in California cited. [Perot for President Mike NORRIS - comments.]
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