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Campaign '92 / Clinton / Perot #587089

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 17, 1992
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(Studio: Stone Phillips) Scenes shown of Governor Bill Clinton campaigning in Las Vegas, NV; his meeting with Russian President Boris Yeltsin tomorrow mentioned. Results given of "USA Today"/CNN/Gallup poll on the presidential race.

(Washington: Lisa Myers) Undeclared presidential candidate Ross Perot's inconsistencies in his statements to the press featured; examples given. [PEROT - comments on the facts.] [In 1986; on October 24, 1989, on "Today", PEROT - talks about escrow account from GM buyout.] [On C-SPAN on May 14, PEROT - denies offering money to create a think tank for President Richard Nixon; recalls how an undercover policeman gave him a file on a Pentagon official.] White House statements on the think tank and Vietnam trip issues quoted. [Arlington County police retired Det. Jim BADEY - gives his version of the transfer of the file on the Pentagon official.]

(Studio: Stone Phillips) Perot reported declining to be interviewed tonight; Perot spokesman's statement on the escrow account matter quoted.

Myers, Lisa;
Phillips, Stone

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