NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 22, 1992
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(Studio: Jane Pauley) Report introduced.
(White House: John Cochran) President Bush's response to a "Washington Post" report that undeclared presidential candidate Ross Perot investigated him and his sons during the late 1980s featured. [BUSH, Vice President Dan QUAYLE - comment.] Perot media adviser Jim Squires quoted on the Republican strategy. "Time", "Newsweek" and "The New Republic" Perot covers shown.
(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) Governor Bill Clinton's economic agenda featured; details given. [CLINTON - makes speech to US Conference of Mayors.] [Former Democratic presidential candidate Paul TSONGAS - comments on Clinton's plan.] [Boston Mayor Raymond FLYNN - says it's up to Bush and Perot to come forward with their plans.] Representative Leon Panetta's comments on Clinton's plan noted.]