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This Week In Politics (Campaign '92) #588559

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Sep 12, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Saturday segment on what the presidential candidates are doing and saying introduced. The campaign week for both candidates reviewed; scenes shown of President Bush and Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton campaigning on the trust and economy issues this week. [BUSH - compares himself to Harry Truman.] [CLINTON - refers to Bush and the Iran/Contra affair.] [In New Jersey, BUSH - says he won't go along with a tax increase.] Announced economic policies by Bush and Clinton outlined on screen. Fact that neither candidate has laid out a plan to reduce the deficit noted.

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Utley, Garrick
Duration:
00:03:10

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