NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 06, 1992
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(Studio: Margaret Larson) Governor Mario Cuomo said scheduled to speak at next week's Democratic national convention.
(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) Question of who will be Governor Bill Clinton's running mate featured. [CLINTON - says he'll run a pro-choice campaign.] [On "Meet the Press", Representative Lee HAMILTON - says it's appropriate to put some restraint on a woman seeking an abortion.] Stances on the abortion issue of those being considered as running mates noted. [On January 19 on "Meet the Press", Senator Bob KERREY - comments on his record with regard to abortion.] [CLINTON - comments on parental notification.]
(Studio: Margaret Larson) Report introduced.
(Washington: Lisa Myers) Undeclared presidential candidate Ross Perot's recent drop in popularity featured; scenes shown of Dallas Fourth of July parade put on by Perot supporters. "Time" magazine article alleging that a Bermuda coral reef was blown up to accommodate Perot's yacht cited. [On July 2, PEROT - says criticisms have no impact.] [On May 5, PEROT - comments on balancing the budget.] Map shown indicating states where Perot is on the ballot. [Perot volunteer Deborah ZEKANY - complains about Perot's professional campaign staff.] [Political analyst Larry SABATO - says Perot's momentum has been slowed.]
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