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Republican National Convention #854141

NBC Special for Wednesday, Jul 16, 1980

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  • Live NBC news coverage of the 1980 Republican National Convention in Detroit, Michigan, hosted by John Chancellor and David Brinkley. With reports and analysis from Marvin Kalb, Jessica Savitch, Tom Pettit, Chris Wallace, Garrick Utley, and Steve Delaney.
  • Live footage of interviews with Donald Rumsfeld, Senator Richard Schweiker, Bill Brock, Representative Silvio Conte, and Richard Rosenbaum.
  • Live footage of speeches from Representatives Guy Vander Jagt and Ed Bethune.
  • Taped footage of an interview with Representative Guy Vander Jagt.
  • Reporter(s):
    Kalb, Marvin;
    Savitch, Jessica;
    Pettit, Tom;
    Wallace, Chris;
    Utley, Garrick;
    Delaney, Steve

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