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In Depth (Campaign 2000: Bush-Cheney Ticket) #635560

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 25, 2000
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Austin: David Gregory) Texas Governor George W. Bush's decision to make former defense secretary Richard Cheney his vice-presidential running mate reported; details given of Cheney's political experience. [CHENEY - says he feels good.] [BUSH - praises Cheney.] [Retired Joint Chiefs chairman General Colin POWELL - says Cheney is smart and loyal.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Background information about Cheney given.

(Austin: Anne Thompson) Questions about Cheney's health and voting record examined. [CHENEY - addresses audience.] [Northwestern Memorial hospital cardiologist Dr. Dan FINTEL - says Cheney's health risk is low.] [In 1981, CHENEY - talks about tax reduction.] [American Conservative Union David KEENE - comments.] [Representative Lynn WOOLSEY - says Cheney will take the country backwards.] [Independent pollster John ZOGBY - says Cheney will not appeal to swing voters.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Gregory, David;
Thompson, Anne

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