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H. Ross Perot Presidential Candidacy Announcement #656800

CNN Special for Thursday, Oct 01, 1992

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  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of independent presidential candidate H. Ross Perot's announcement that he is an active candidate for president, followed by Perot's VP running mate James Stockdale's statement, reported by Bernard Shaw, Dan Blackburn, Catherine Crier, Mary Tillotson.
  • See also pre- and postevent analysis by ABC, CBS, and NBC.
  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of a press conference by Perot.
  • CNN analysis includes the participation of political analyst William Schneider, former Education Secretary William Bennett, Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton advisor Paul Begala, Carl Leubsdorf of the "Dallas Morning News", and Margaret Warner of "Newsweek", a live interview with Lois Rozet of United We Stand, a business news update, and taped segments with Deborah Potter (CNN), Gene Randall (CNN), Bob Franken (CNN) and excerpts of statements and speeches by Clinton and Perot.

  • Reporter(s):
    Potter, Deborah;
    Randall, Gene;
    Franken, Bob;
    Shaw, Bernard;
    Blackburn, Dan;
    Crier, Catherine;
    Tillotson, Mary
    Duration:
    01:28:00

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