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Campaign '92 / Perot #587905

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 05, 1992
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(Studio: Michele Gillen) Report introduced.

(Washington: Tom Pettit) Undeclared presidential candidate Ross Perot's shaky week in the press and the polls featured; scenes shown of Dallas Fourth of July celebration put on by Perot volunteers. "Time" magazine article alleging that a Bermuda coral reef was blown up to make room for Perot's yacht cited. [PEROT - talks about people wanting action.] [In Olympia, WA, on Thursday, PEROT - says criticisms have no impact.] Perot campaign leaders, former Reagan adviser Ed Rollins and former Carter chief of staff Hamilton Jordan shown. [One-time independent presidential candidate John ANDERSON - gives advice to Perot.]

Gillen, Michele;
Pettit, Tom

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