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This Week In Politics (Campaign '92: Truth, Debates) #588791

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Sep 26, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) The question of what would happen if candidates were required to tell the truth examined; scenes shown from the campaigns and campaign ads of President Bush and Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton this week to illustrate promises made and truths distorted. [CLINTON - makes pledge about health care.] [BUSH - proposes initiative to lift taxes off of small businesses.] Ross Perot's plan to reduce the deficit outlined on screen.

(Studio: Garrick Utley) Interview held with a co-chairman of the Commission of Presidential Debates Frank Fahrenkopf about whether there will be presidential debates. [FAHRENKOPF - says Perot could become part of a debate if a committee of experts deems it so; feels there will be a Bush-Clinton debate.]

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