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Decision '96 / Debates #614642

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Sep 21, 1996
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(White House: John Palmer) The great debate over the presidential debates examined; scenes shown from outside the meeting of negotiators, Mickey Kantor for the Democrats and former Governor Carroll Campbell for the Republicans, that wound up with an agreement on two presidential and one vice presidential debate in October with no participation by Ross Perot. [Historian David GARROW, Reform Party attorney Jamie RASKIN - comment.] The use of negative ads by both candidates, President Clinton and presidential candidate Bob Dole, outlined; ad excerpts shown.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Tomorrow's topics on Meet the Press mentioned.

Palmer, John;
Williams, Brian

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