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Munich, Germany / Economic Summit / Bush #587918

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 06, 1992
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(Studio: Margaret Larson) Report introduced.

(Munich: John Cochran) Economic summit in Munich, Germany, featured; scenes shown of President Bush shaking hands with German school kids, walking with G-7 leaders. [With German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, BUSH - comments.] [Treasury Secretary Nicholas BRADY - comments on difficulty dealing with a number of people.] Bush reported willing to include American forces in a campaign to open up a land corridor to embattled Sarajevo, Bosnia. [Presidential scholar Allan LICHTMAN - says Bush will probably get negative mileage out of this summit.] Scenes shown of Secretary of State James Baker who some want to take over as Bush's Chief of Staff.

Cochran, John;
Larson, Margaret

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