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Campaign '92 / Bush / Clinton and Bush / Perot's Appeal #587125

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 19, 1992
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(Studio: Stone Phillips) Campaigning by President Bush in California and by Vice President Dan Quayle on undeclared candidate Ross Perot shown.

(Atlanta: Kenley Jones) The Jesse Jackson factor in the campaign of Democratic candidate Governor Bill Clinton examined; latter's criticism of rapper Sister Souljah before Jackson's Rainbow Coalition recalled. [On talk show, CLINTON - talks about Jackson.] [JACKSON - calls it a ploy by Clinton to redirect attention away from the rebuild American campaign.] [Former Democratic campaign managers Bob BECKEL, Susan ESTRICH - assess Jackson's tactics.] [Atlanta Mayor Maynard JACKSON - refuses to comment on Jesse Jackson.]

(Studio: Stone Phillips) Report introduced.

(Denver: Roger O'Neil) The people's response to Perot featured; scenes shown from Denver, where Perot came to speak. [Middle Americans Sue and Chuck RUNGE - delineate their interest in Perot.] [PEROT - says let's "do it, do it, do it."]

Jones, Kenley;
O'Neil, Roger;
Phillips, Stone

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