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Haiti / United States Invasion / Clinton Address #601813

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 15, 1994
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(White House: Andrea Mitchell) President Clinton's speech to the nation tonight on Haiti previewed. [White House press secretary Dee Dee MYERS - says the speech is not expected to turn public opinion.] Report that Haitian military leader Raoul Cedras has offered to give up power noted; his demands listed. [Secretary of Defense William PERRY - says reports indicate turmoil in Haiti.] United States military preparations for an invasion noted. [Former White House chief of staff James BAKER - analyzes Clinton's policy.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Washington: Bob Faw) The lack of public support for an invasion of Haiti examined. [Atlanta talk show host Sean KENNEDY; across the country, three CALLERS, Ross PEROT, Senator Alfonse D'AMATO - criticize the President.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Port-au-Prince, Haiti: Jim Maceda) The situation in Haiti as Clinton tries to get the military rulers to leave reviewed; scenes shown of the American show of force off the coast, including a Navy ship stuck on a sandbar and from the streets of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. [Haitian military VOLUNTEER (thru translator), military government adviser Senator Bernard SANSARICQ, two MEN (thru translator) - comment.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Faw, Bob;
Maceda, Jim;
Mitchell, Andrea

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