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Campaign '92 / Budget Deficit / Bush / Clinton / Perot #587448

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 09, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) House reported debating and defeating a balanced budget act; scenes shown of President Bush who is pushing for a balanced budget amendment; excerpt shown of Governor Bill Clinton on "Today".

(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) Presidential candidates' plans to reduce the budget deficit outlined. [On June 4, BUSH - says he won't touch Social Security.] [Senator Warren RUDMAN, Brookings Institution George PERRY - comment on Bush's plan.] [On "Today", CLINTON - talks about his budget proposal.] [Budget analyst Carol Cox WAIT, RUDMAN - comment on Clinton's plan.] [May 3 on "Meet the Press", undeclared presidential candidate Ross PEROT - asks for time to nail down specifics.] [PERRY, WAIT - comment on Perot's plan.] Excerpts shown of Perot on "Both Sides with Jesse Jackson" on May 28 and on "Today" on June 3.

Brokaw, Tom;
Mitchell, Andrea

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